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The Shield 




Volume 34 

North Scott High School 
200 South First Street 
Eldridge, Iowa 52748 
(319) 285-9631 




high*way n. a direct line or way to some end (or beginning). 

There are long, straight roads, short, twisting 
streets, old paths, and new freeways, all of 
them winding their way across the world. Each 
of them has many turns that provide new 
surprises. But all of them will lead us home, 
back to our roots, and then they will take us to 
the new lives we will follow into adulthood. 





The Class of '92 (below) celebrates "Opposite Day" during Homecoming Week, Oct. 7-12, 1991. On 
Homecoming Friday the class got together again (at right) to celebrate Red and Gray Day. (Shield Photos) 







The Fifth Annual Lancer Leadership Camp dealt mainly with confidence 
building techniques and assertiveness. Lucy Billings, a very fun and outgoing 
person, was the featured speaker. Because of her personality the participants 
played many enjoyable games, such as "A What?”, "Wheel of Assertion," 
"What I Like About Me," and "The Goodbye Game." 

ASHLEY CROW felt that, "It was a lot of fun making fools of ourselves, 
and everyone got invovled." Also Dawn Freitag felt that, "It gave us an 
opportunity to get involved with the underclassmen to see their qualities in 
leadership along with the seniors." 

This year’s Lancer Leadership Camp was held on Sept. 14 at Camp Abe 
Lincoln in Blue Grass, Iowa. 



AT 

RIGHT: 

Allison 
Hamilton, 
Page Lillis, 
Cathy 
Roesler, 
Sarah 
Rashid 
and Mr. 
DeLuca 
line up with 
others for 
their cheer. 





UPPER RIGHT: Matt Grilloh sits 
with Mike Pence as they make their 
name cards. MIDDLE LEFT: John 
Hall and Chrissy Costello pick 
animal names out of a bag. 

MIDDLE RIGHT: Ashley Crow and 
Tiffanie Beeman balance 
themselves on top of their groups 
pyramid. BOTTOM LEFT: Sarah 
Rashid, Katey Straley, Ashley Crow, 
Cathy Roesler, Julie Boley, Tammy 
Stolpe, Chad Boley, Jared McClurg 
and Terry Hasse show a little 
enthusiasm on the bus ride up. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: Mary Pat Hovey 
and Jeanne Glover take a minute to 
to talk to one another. 








Shileny leads NS students to Mexico 




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While most of us were working more than ever for some extra cash during the 
summer of '91, five students had already saved up $900 for their trip to 
Mexico. 

They accompanied Mrs. Shileny for the trip from June 14-24. 

The money they saved paid for their airfare, most of their 
meals, and lodging. 

The group stayed in Mexico City at the Gran Hotel. 

During the week they each stayed at a family’s house while 
they went to school from nine to one o’clock. The group 
also stayed in Puerto Vallarta at the Buena Ventura. 

During their ten day stay they toured the small town 

of Santiago Guistango and Taxco, which is famous for 
silver. 

Some of the group’s time was spent in Mexico City. 

Mrs. Shileny said it was crowded but it’s a city that has a 
lot to offer. 

The trip wouldn’t be complete without some time for 
shopping. The group spent time shopping along the 
boardwalk in Puerto Vallarta. 

Although this year’s group was smaller (Tanya Soenksen, Kelli 
Andresen, Madonna Noel, Cheryl Jacobsen, and Leigh Anne Carroll) 
they were more open-minded than previous groups. The students 
experienced culture and improved their Spanish. 

Mrs. Shileny believes “this trip was a great experience and if you can get a chance to visit another country you should.’ 









HOLA, MEXICO! Nancy Shileny, Tanya Soenksen, Kelli Andresen, Donna Noel, GRAN HOTEL - Tanya Soeknsen, Leigh Anne 

Cheryl Jacobsen and Leigh Anne Carroll take a break from their touring. Carroll and Cheryl Jacobsen pose with a friend (left) 

at the Gran Hotel in Mexico City. 



Hamilton visits Aussies 

She didn't meet Crockodile Dundee or bring home 
a kangaroo, but North Scott Junior Sue Hamilton still 
says her visit to Australia was "a lot of fun.” 

Hamilton visited down under from June 28-July 18, 
winter in Australia. The trip was expensive, but her 
parents helped her with the financing when her own 
fund-raising efforts fell short. Hamilton 

Under the auspices of the "People-to-People" organization, 
Hamilton stayed in hotels or college dorms in Sidney, Melbourne, 
Brisbane and Cairns. Shopping in Sidney was a highlight. "The 
most important part of the trip," Sue said, "was learning about 
Australia's culture and history. I might want to live there awhile." 



Meinert tours USSR 

Kevin Meinert, sophomore, visited the Soviet 
Union from June 17-July 7, only a few weeks before 
the failed coup. 

Meinert toured several cities including Moscow 
and Kiev. Kevin says although he did have some 
communication problems, he did manage to learn a 
few Russian words. 

The best part of the trip, Meinert said, was being allowed into the 
cities to have some free time. 

Kevin said he’d like to visit the Soviet Union again, but he 
wouldn’t want to live there. 









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TOP LEFT: Flower Girl Courtney Pennel and Crown Bearer Ryan Gerardy 
walk pave the way for the queen. 

TOP RIGHT: North Scott High School shows its Lancer spirit during the aud 
at the football field on Friday afternoon, Oct. 11. 

MIDDLE LEFT: The varsity football team’s 23 members show their 
enthusiasm during the aud to crown the queen on Monday, Oct. 7. 

MIDDLE RIGHT: Homecoming Grand Marshals Deac Ryan and Frances 
Fuhs watch the Queen Coronation Aud in The Pit. 

BOTTOM LEFT: Melinda Lau, Amy Rupe, Megan Arensdorf, Renee Nestler, 
Cathy Roesler, Erin Guss, Kristina Kiefer and Stacey Coverdill wait to dance. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: Mark Harvey heads to the lockerroom after the game. 




Six Lancer fumbles on a perfect 
night for football stalled the North 
Scott effort to upset powerful 
Bettendorf. Junior QB Josh Younkin 
did hit 11-16 passes for 93 yards. 













TOP LEFT: North Scott Singers prepare to sing a special arrangement of the 
National Anthem at the Queen Coronation Aud on Oct. 7, Pajama Day. 

TOP RIGHT: Queen Julie Boley is escorted by Clint Bormann. 

MIDDLE LEFT: Dawn DeLong and Matt Whisler. 

MIDDLE RIGHT: The Top Ten and their escorts anxiously await the 
announcement of the '91 Homecoming Queen. 

BOTTOM LEFT: Greg Langfitt and Gerard Heidgerken show that they have 
school spirit in common on Red-and-Gray Day, Oct. 11. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: The Lancers’ offense tries to move the ball against the 
tough Bettendorf Bulldog defense. 



October 7-12, Homecoming Week 



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LANCERS 










TOP RIGHT: The 1991 Homecoming Court 
TOP LEFT: Chad Haedt anxiously waits to hear the next 
candidate. MIDDLE LEFT: Delighted Julie Boley accepts 
a hug from a classmate. MIDDLE RIGHT: Mark Harvey, 
Josh Younkin, Aaron Uitenbroek and Eric Heiker all try to 
get pumped up for the game. BOTTOM LEFT: Jazz band 
members take a break from playing to enjoy the parade. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: North Scott students wait for the Pep 
Aud to begin. IMMEDIATE RIGHT: Lea Twigg leads the 
Junior Float through the parade. 









NEXT 14 PAGES 




The 1992 Shield is 
YOUR yearbook, so we 
asked you to contribute 
photos that YOU wanted to 
see in it. There was an 
excellent response, with 
over 100 photos contri- 
buted. 

The next 14 pages 
have your photos on them, 
so check 'em out and you'll 
realize that while on life's 
highway, EVERYBODY 
has a special time that only 
a picture could capture. 




Hosin' It up at the Homecoming Parade are from left to right: 
Jason Stichter, Randy Riewerts, Phil Langan, Gregg 
Campbell, Jeff Cordts, Kori Jorgensen and Matt Teeples. 





5ANCY BEACH 



TOP LEFT: Rob 

LaRoque and Cory 
McAnally at the Special 
Olympics. TOP 
MIDDLE: Jarod Powell 
with his 15-lb. Northern 
in Canada. TOP 
RIGHT: Amy Hamly 
modeling at Northpark. 
MIDDLE LEFT: Karen 
Zimmer and her family 
at Chasm Falls, 
Colorado. 

MIDDLE: Jennie 
Schnoor and Katey 
Straley take time for a 
smile. 



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MIDDLE RIGHT: Stephanie Goodrich and Tricia Graham at State Track. BOTTOM LEFT: Dina teDuits, 
Kendra Ganzer, Linda Blumer, Amy Engler and Rachel Hedquist after the last soccer game of the season. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: Wendy Patzer and Lisa Schneider have mixed emotions about Prom. 



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North Scott 
High School 
students work 
hard at school 
but they know 
how to have 
fun. too. as 
these 
contributed 
photos 
Illustrate. 



TOP LEFT: Jason Shannon, Matt 
Koenen, Jerry Tobin and Nate 
Uitenbroek in the teepee war. 

TOP MIDDLE: Jesse Pajunon and 
Elise Sailer are lookin' good. 

TOP RIGHT: Marc Strobbe, Cristian 
Carlton, Brian Wallis, Eric Risius and 
Matt Koenen - well, you figure it out. 
SECOND ROW LEFT: Heather 
Gross, Lisa Holden, Lea Twigg, Jill 
Hyer and Leighanne Carroll take the 
cake a little too far. 

SECOND ROW MIDDLE: Melanie 
Holdorf and Matt Whisler. 



SECOND ROW RIGHT: Andy Laake 
showing his handsome side. 

THIRD ROW: Randy White takes his 
car for a spin. 

BOTTOM LEFT: Teacher Jim Logan 
and student Lori Osterberg. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: Rob LaRoque 
receives an Olympic medal. 








TOP LEFT: Tonia Lenig, 
Dina teDuits and Sara 
Brockhouse have fun in 
the sun. 

TOP RIGHT: Andy 
Ranson shows some kids 
from Davenport a piglet- 
eye view of farm life. 
MIDDLE LEFT: Karly 
Klocksiem, Tara Handel 
and Stephanie Klocksiem 
celebrate Tara’s birthday. 
MIDDLE RIGHT: Band 
Director Dan Anderson 
and Assistant Director Bill 
Kessinger demonstrate 
musical terms for their 
students. Anderson is 
personifying syncopation 
while Kessinger 
demonstrates the dirge. 
BOTTOM LEFT: Tony 
Woods has a surprisingly 
good time in this visit to 
Nashville, Tenn. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: Josh 
Younkin, Dan Marti, Eric 
Heiker, Mike Griggs and 
Daryl Gerardy get ready 
for the soap scrimmage. 



Kevin Meinert, North Scott 
sophomore, visited the 
Soviet Union from June 17 
to July 7, 1991. 



Spanish teacher Nancy Shileny escorted five North 
Scott students to Mexico from June 14-24, 1991 . 










TOP LEFT: Dora 
Ferris, Jodi 
Stipes, Jessica 
Loesei, Alyssa 
Oetzman and 
Megan Doonan 
enjoy an August 
camp-out. 

TOP RIGHT: 
Mark Harvey 
shows off his 
motorcycle. 
MIDDLE LEFT: 
Rhonda Jones, 
Danielle 
Stender, Julie 
Boley, Melanie 
Coverdill, Kim 
Wittkop, Stacey 
Coverdill (back 
row) Dina 
teDuits, Kendra 
Gruntorad, 




Rachel Ganzer and 
Kendra Ganzer show 
what the real 
meaning of team is. 
MIDDLE RIGHT: 
Missy Woods at the 
Grand Ole Opry in 
Nashville, Tenn. 
BOTTOM LEFT: 
Kevin Petersen 
meets Bugs Bunny at 
Six Flags. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: 
Renee Nestler, 

Randy Riewerts, Phil 
Langan and Steph 
Risius. 















IT WAS THE beginning of a 
tradition at North Scott High School. 

An estimated 500 students along 
with a few members of the faculty, 
staff and administration, gathered in 
the sweltering 90-degree heat of The 
Commons on Thursday night. May 
24, 1991, for the First Annual 
Yearbook Distribution and Signing 
Party. 

This all-school party lasted from 
7- 10 p.m. Admission was free. 

With a rented jukebox playing a 
variety of music in the background 
and concession stands offering 
Antonino's Pizza, pop and Whitey's 
ice cream, students came and 
stayed and stayed to sign yearbooks. 

There were dozens of door prizes, 
including a C.D. player and a dorm- 
size refrigerator. 

"It was one of the neatest events 
I’ve been to in high school," one 
student said. And hundreds of 
others seemed to agree. 

The Shield you’re now holding 
came to you at a similar event on 
Thursday, May 21, 1992. 







The 1991-92 Senior Class Officers are from left to right: 
President Brian Wallis, Vice-President Kirk Golinghorst, 
Secretary Paul Ragona and Treasurer Fred McFate. 





TOP ROW: 

Rob Agren 
Dan Allison 
Wade Anderson 
Dorothy Armstrong 
Nichole Ash 



SECOND ROW: 

Beth Bader 
Mike Banks 
Shauna Batson 
Shawn Beard 
Tara Bellman 



THIRD ROW: 

Rachel Berodt 
Ken Betts 
Jenny Birtell 
Julia Boley 
Clint Bormann 



BOTTOM ROW: 

Chris Bosworth 
Jodi Brehmer 
Anne Brockmann 
Melissa Brown 
Lori Bulin 







TOP ROW: 

Andrea Burroughs 
Jeff Buzzell 
Cristian Carlton 
Jennifer Carsten 
Christina Claeys 



SECOND ROW: 

Jeffery Cordts 
Jenni Corson 
Tracy Coulter 
Aimee Cousino 
Stacey Coverdill 



THIRD ROW: 

Joshua Crecelius 
Ashley Crow 
Michael Curran 
Gary Curtis 
Jennifer Dammann 



BOTTOM ROW: 

Toni Damron 
Tara Daurer 
Cathy DeFrieze 
Karalyn Dugan 
Melisa Dunkle 









What are the students saying about... 

SCHOOL LUNCHES? 



"Who cares, I'm outta here 
soon anyway!"--- 

Jerry Tobin 



TOP LEFT: Dorothy Armstrong. TOP: Martin Menke 
plays his trumpet. TOP MIDDLE: Tricia Graham helps out 
at the Yearbook party. TOP RIGHT: Kari Dugan. CENTER 
MIDDLE: Kristina Keifer before a play. CENTER RIGHT: 
Marsha Flaherty shows a winning smile. BOTTOM LEFT: 
Senior guys mess around between classes. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Renee Nestler, Becky Miller, and Steph Risius. 






HOW HIGH SCHOOL 
STUDENTS IN THE 
U.S. AND JAPAN 
SPEND THEIR TIME, 
IN HOURS PER WEEK: 

Playing sports: 

U.S. Japan 

7.0 .7 











TOP 3 T.V. 
SHOWS 



1 . Beverly 
Hills 90210 



2. Cheers 



3. The 
Simpsons 






TOP LEFT: Adrian Sherrill 
gets ready for another class. 
TOP RIGHT: Amber Rindler 
during the Homecoming 
parade. MIDDLE LEFT: Fred 
McFate and Paul Ragona 
pose during the pep aud. 
MIDDLE RIGHT: A crowded 
senior hall. BOTTOM LEFT: 
Lisa Gradin, Lisa Schneider, 
Kelli Ferguson, Holly 
Wuestenberg and Lee Ann 
Shelledy stop dancing at the 
Jingle Jam to take a picture. 






TOP ROW: 



SECOND ROW: 



Peter Duytschaever 
Jennifer Felsman 
Kelli Ferguson 
Marsha Flaherty 
Dawn Freitag 




Wesley George 
Jeanne Glover 
Kirk Golinghorst 
Stephanie Goodrich 
Tricia Graham 



THIRD ROW: 

Michael Griggs 
Erin Guss 
Chad Haedt 
Angela Hansen 
Mark Harvey 



BOTTOM ROW: 

Angela Hatch- 
Rosenboom 
Gerard Heidgerken 
Eric Heiker 
Heath Hengl 
Nathan Henningsen 






TOP ROW: 



SECOND ROW: THIRD ROW: 



BOTTOM ROW: 



Amanda Hesse 
Jenny Higgins 
Neva Hoffman 
Rachel Horsley 
Tina Hutson 



Ryan lossi 
Jana Iseminger 
Jill Johannsen 
Kori Jorgensen 
Billy Kearney 



Kristina Kiefer 
Robert Kilzer 
Matthew Kintziger 
David Klindt 
Eric Koberg 



Reid Koberg 
Matt Koenen 
Hans Krueger 
Andrew Laake 
Phillip Langan 








TOP LEFT: Rob Agren helps 
out Ryan lossi in Co-Op. TOP 
RIGHT: Anne Brockmann, 
Cheryl Jacobsen, and Nate 
Uitenbroek try to win the football 
toss for the senior class. 
MIDDLE LEFT: Tony Willie and 
Wendy Patzer dance together at 
the Jingle Jam. MIDDLE 
RIGHT: Kori Jorgensen gets 
duct taped in The Pit. BOTTOM 
LEFT: Brad Van Pelt, Chad 
Haedt, Terry Lassiter, Fred 
McFate, and Paul Ragona make 
a speech at the Pep Aud. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: Kirk 
Golinghorst practices golf. 




WHAT ARE THE STUDENTS SAYING ABOUT... 
THE SCHOOLS' HEATING/COOLING SYSTEM? 

"Maybe they’ll fix it before we’re gone."— 

Amy Shannon 









ARE THERE ANY COURSES 
THAT N.S. DOESN'T OFFER 
THAT YOU THINK WE 
SHOULD? 



"UNDERWATER BASKET 
WEAVING." 

—ANDY LAAKE 



TOP LEFT: Sue Scullin strikes a pose. TOP RIGHT: Neva 
Hoffman and Jerry Tobin enjoy the Homecoming Parade. 
MIDDLE LEFT: Mike Griggs takes time out to relax in the 
middle of the hallway. MIDDLE RIGHT: The varsity 
cheerleaders lead The Pit in a cheer. BOTTOM LEFT: Amy 
Manley in deep thought. BOTTOM MIDDLE RIGHT: Kerri 
Stein flashes her pearly whites. BOTTOM RIGHT: Jerry 
Tobin, Matt Koenen, and Randy White take a break during 
the Pep Aud. 






TOP ROW: 

Robin Lavender 
Gregory Langfitt 
Terry Lassiter 
Melinda Lau 
Kathleen Laughlin 

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SECOND ROW: 

Thane Lenig 
Page Lillis 
Teresa Lonney 
Susan Lorenz 
Cindy Loussaert 



THIRD ROW: 

Heidi Lung 
Amy Manley 
Dan Marti 
Brandy McCroskey 
Fred McFate 



BOTTOM ROW: 

Martin Menke 
David Mess 
Riley Meyer 
Kimm Meyers 
Rebecca Miller 






TOP ROW: 

Barb Mizer 
Jason Moore 
Rebekah Morris 
Jennifer Nelson 
Renee Nestler 



SECOND ROW: 

Amanda Noel 
Kris Oetzmann 
Cory Olson 
Tiffany Olson 



THIRD ROW: 

Karri Pacha 
Jessie Pajunon 
Thomas Paris 
Wendy Patzer 
Josh Paysen 



BOTTOM ROW: 



Aaron Peshek 
Mark Peters 
Adam Piette 
Mary Pittman 
Paul Ragona 








LU H RT ARE THE STUDENTS 
SAVING ABOUT... 
SENIORS NOT GETTING 
OUT AS EARLV AS 
BEFORE? 

’’We’ve been looking forward to 
graduating, I think we deserve 
it.”— 

Renee Nestler 





TOP LEFT: Some senior guys demonstrate that their class is 
number 1 . TOP RIGHT: Chad Tuttle and Dan Marti cover 
their ears during the Pep Aud. MIDDLE LEFT: Erin 
Friedmeyer takes a break to take a breath. MIDDLE RIGHT: 
Cory Olson stares into space. BOTTOM LEFT: Thane Lenig 
and Clint Bormann relax. BOTTOM RIGHT: Page Lillis and 
Tiffany Olson smile before their practice. 












FAVORITE MOVIES 

. PRETTY WOMAN/ 
SILENCE OF THE 
LAMBS 

2 . ROBIN HOOD/ 
NAKED GUN/ 
DANCES WITH 
WOLVES 

3 . T2 / 

DEAD POETS 
SOCIETY/ 
BEACHES 



WHAT WOULD YOU CHANGE 
ABOUT N.S.H.S.? 



HflUE IT $0 THE JRNITORS DON'T 
CHECK THE GIRLS BATHROOM 
EUERV 5 SECONDS..." IS 
RNYBODV IN THERE?"--- 

RMY MRNLEV & 
NEUR HOFFMRN 



TOP LEFT: Jana Iseminger studies hard. TOP 
RIGHT: Mark Harvey proudly shows off his flour 
baby. TOP MIDDLE: Angie Hansen and Mike 
Curran put their feet up in the library. BOTTOM 
MIDDLE: Tina Claeys lies down on the grass. 
CENTER: Dave Reisner concentrates to come 
up with an idea in yearbook class. BOTTOM 
LEFT: Cristian Carlton and Sarah Rashid stop 
to smile during class. BOTTOM RIGHT: Jason 
Beardsley, Sally Noel, and Gerard Heidgerken 
dress up for Pajama Day. 



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TOP ROW: 

Sarah Rashid 
Bradley Rathjen 
Shane Reed 
David Reisner 
Tracy Retzel 

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SECOND ROW: 

Amber Rindler 
Stephanie Risius 
Cathleen Roesler 
Erin Schnekloth 
Lisa Schneider 



THIRD ROW: 

Valerie Schnekloth 
Jennie Schnoor 
Susanna Scullin 
Amy Shannon 
Leeann Shelledy 



BOTTOM ROW: 

Thomas Steffen 
Kerri Stein 
Stewart Stender 
Tamara Stolpe 
Katherine Straley 







TOP ROW: 

Dawn Strobbe 
Jason Swanson 
Mark Szemkus 
Shawn Thede 
Mindy Thornton 



SECOND ROW: 

Juanita Tinkler 
Chad Tuttle 
Nate Uitenbroek 
Alisa Ulloa 
Jake Vollbeer 



THIRD ROW: 

Brian Wallis 
Elizabeth Ward 
Tom Welch 
Teresa West 
Matthew Westerhof 



BOTTOM ROW: 

Randy White 
Brian Whitney 
Tony Willie 
Julie Wilson 
Scott Wilson 






CLASS 

OF 

92 



TOP ROW: 

Adrian Sherrill 
Andrew Sherrill 
Tanya Soenksen 
Holly Wuestenberg 



SECOND ROW: 

Matthew McDannell 
Chad Snyder 
Mary Splinter 
Jason Beardsley 



THIRD ROW: 

Jerry Tobin 
Jackie Kyseth 
Zephanie Zimpleman 



BOTTOM ROW: 

Matthew Teeples 
Erin Friedmeyer 
Cheryl Jacobsen 





The 1991-92 Junior Class Officers are from left to right: 
President Sara Kirby, Vice-President Kelli Hammes, 
Secretary Amy Nielsen and Treasurer Anne Wittkowski. 








Kellie Agren 
Matt Akers 
Stephanie Akers 
Drew Anderson 
Brian Andresen 



Greg Barber 
Michael Bealer 
Desiree Behne 
Melissa Blanche 
Ryan Blodig 



Stacey Bochart 
Kathey Bopp 
Jason Brandon 
Kerri Brehmer 
Sara Brockhouse 



Bill Brockmann 
Donald Brown 
Andy Brus 
Michelle Burlington 
Mandy Calvert 



Nate Carlton 
Wendy Carnahan 
Leighanne Carroll 
Terry Cary 
Marcus Castle 



Konni Cawiezell 
Clint Christopher 
Jeff Claeys 
Chrissy Costello 
Barry Croft 








Nicole Davis 
Alicia Dewey 
Kris Dinusson 
Elena Diveley 
Ben Dugan 



Taga Dumerauf 
Steve Durbin 
Darin Engelbrecht 
Trent Engler 
Melynda Essary 



Keri Fahrenkrog 
Jody Farrey 
Cory Ferrel 
Scott Gall 
Kendra Ganzer 



Chris Gaul 
Keri Gentz 
Sena Glover 
Holly Goettsch 
Brad Gradin 



Heather Gress 
Heidi Gress 
Carrie Gronewold 
Maria Gross 
John Hall 



Blake Hamann 
Sue Hamilton 
Amy Hamly 
Kelli Hammes 
Shannon Hans 





Chad Hardy 
Bobbi Heater 
Emily Hedges 
Rachel Hedquist 
Hiram Heysinger 



Jim Hill 

Michael Hilsenbeck 
Tammy Hoag 
Lisa Holden 
Melanie Holdorf 



Kristen Horn 
Sarah Hotchkiss 
Gretchen Hoyt 
Shawn Huffman 
Angela Jarrett 



Chad Jens 
Eric Jens 
Rhonda Jones 
Jay Kahley 
Eddie Kane 



Michael Kaney 
Michelle Kaufman 
Brian Keppy 
Jennifer Keppy 
Shawnee Kingsley 



Sara Kirby 
Tom Knapper 
Amy Kuhl 
Jennifer Kuhl 
John Lafferty 








Mike Lambert 
Paula Lavender 
Luke Lawson 
Richard Learn 
William Leete 



Travis Leigh 
Tonia Lenig 
Justin Levsen 
Martin Lillis 
Keith Lindsey 



Kim Lorenzen 
Emily Lovell 
Tom Lund 
Audra Madden 
Clint Maher 



Shawn Manley 
Todd Marquette 
Kelly Martin 
Cory McAnally 
Sarah McKeown 



Mike McLaughlin 
Chris Moentenich 
Heather Moore 
Shelli Musal 
Amy Neilson 



Jon Nevenhoven 
Kim Newmarch 
Jennifer Noel 
Matt Oliver 
Marc Orcutt 







Amanda Orris 
Jeni Owens 
Eric Payne 
Tracy Payton 
Delaine Perry 



Kevin Petersen 
Lynn Peterson 
Steven Piercy 
Jarod Powell 
Greg Quinn 



Jesse Radcliff 
Andy Ranson 
George Ranson 
Chad Reickard 
Randy Riewerts 



Kim Rigby 
Kelly Roberts 
Lori Roby 
Jenny Rock 
Greg Rodgers 



Bryan Rosmilso 
Lynn Russell 
Paul Sager 
Brian Schee 
Ann Schmidt 



Joey Schoenthaler 
Tami Schwarz 
Holli Sherwood 
Nicole Siem 
James Simmons 






Mindy Spotts 
Jill Stender 
Marcie Stipes 
Jennifer Stockstill 
Kris Stoker 



Jason Strohbehn 
Amanda Stroud 
J.B. Suiter 
Mitch Sutherland 
Susan Tapper 



Dina teDuits 
Jody Thomas 
Michael Thorson 
Shamera Tunis 
Lea Twigg 



Aaron Uitenbroek 
Eric Vetter 
Lynn Voelkel 
Richard Warren 
Kristina Welte 



Kim Wittkop 
Anne Wittkowski 
Tony Woods 
Josh Younkin 
Rachael Zaruba 



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TOP LEFT: Rachael Zaruba shows complete concentration in the comp. lab. 
TOP RIGHT: Melissa Blanche shows us a smile on P.J. day. MIDDLE LEFT: 
The junior class shows their enthusiasm at a pep aud. MIDDLE RIGHT: Randy 
Riewerts speaks softly and carries a big stick. BOTTOM LEFT: Paul Sager 
keeps busy in the LP office. BOTTOM MIDDLE: Amy Hamly dances the night 
away at Jingle Jam. BOTTOM RIGHT: Chad Reickard takes it easy backstage. 




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The 1991-92 Sophomore Class Officers are from left to 
right: President Christina Higareda, Vice-President Sally 
Donabauer, Secretary Jill Hyer and Treasurer Stacey 
Henzen. 




Eddie Ahrens 
Lindsay Amhof 
Mark Andresen 
Niki Aney 
Megan Arensdorf 



Rachael Armstrong 
Lysa Baetke 
Heather Ball 
Robert Barenthin 
Tiffanie Beeman 



Justin Bell 
Ryan Betts 
Charlie Block 
Teresa Boedeker 
Shelly Bolte 



Andy Boyle 
Chris Bradshaw 
Spring Briggs 
Spring Brooks 
Danielle Busch 



Erin Bush 
Gregg Campbell 
Nate Carr 
T.J. Case 
Ben Cawiezell 



John Chapman 
Blake Collins 
Jeremy Cordts 
Melanie Coverdill 
Angie Curtis 



□ 






Colin Davis 
Dan Davis 
Dawn Delong 
Sott Demartelaere 
Jost DePover 



Beth Dhooge 
Daniel Dickey 
Traq Diercks 
Rebecca Dierks 
Joe Dittmer 



Darin Doerscher 
Sally Donaubauer 
Jesse Driscoll 
Steve Elvert 
Amy Engler 



Nichole Farrey 
Carrie Fitzgerald 
Renae Frye 
Rachel Ganzer 
C.J. Gentz 



Daryl Gerardy 
Deborah Glanz 
Melissa Goetzke 
Kyle Golinghorst 
Matt Goodwin 



Erick Graham 
James Greenhill 
Tom Gross 
Kendra Gruntorad 
Randy Hamann 




Allison Hamilton 
Tara Handel 
Merry Hanna 
Brian Hasse 
Drew Heidgerken 



Dustin Henningsen 
Stacey Henzen 
Cristina Higareda 
Heather Higgins 
Kari Hill 



Robin Hilsenbeck 
Jamie Holdorf 
Mary Hovey 
Kathy Howard 
Ede Hubner 



Jason Huggins 
Jill Hyer 
Michelle Jensen 
Jennifer Johannsen 
Angie Jorgensen 



Jason Kendrick 
Sean Kernan 
Jeremy Kincaid 
Karly Klocksiem 
Stephanie Klocksiem 



Rebecca Knollman 
Eddie Krebs 
Cory Krukow 
Doug Kuhl 
Amber Labath 








Brooke Laird 
Anna Lane 
Sonya Lane 
Robert Laroque 
Julie Laster 



Colby Laughhunn 
Jessica Lawson 
Terry Layton 
Jeffrey Lopshire 
Kara Lorenzen 



Sandy Lund 
Nikki Lung 
Marc Madison 
Kenner Mallette 
Eddie Marshall 



Paul Martin 
Elizabeth Martzahn 
Sunnie McCollam 
Amiee McGimpsey 
Jason McKinney 



Michelle McPhail 
Kevin Meinert 
Angie Melcher 
Roxanne Mess 
Ellen Miller 



Rich Miller 
Kirk Moeller 
Kim Moore 
Lisa Morey 
Mike Mossage 





Ann Naeckel 
Mike Nagel 
Brandy Nass 
Connie Nellis 
Maggie Newton 



Brian Nielsen 
Nate Noel 
Brandy O'Boyle 
Pat O'Connor 
Jim Oelerich 



Karen Olson 
Lori Osterberg 
Heath Pacha 
Mike Parker 
Steve Parrott 



Amy Paulsen 
Alex Payne 
Tori Peet 
Jeremy Pessman 
Michael Pessman 



Heather Peters 
Jamie Pieper 
Missy Quilty 
Becky Quinn 
Corey Ramsey 



Levi Rathje 
Derek Reichert 
Channing Reynolds 
Eric Risius 
Scott Robinson 








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Amy Rupe 
Mike Santee 
Herb sawyer 
Tyler Schmidt 
Tony Schneckloth 



Angie Schnorrenberg 
Dave Severs 
Jason Shannon 
Andi Sharp 
Jerr Shaver 



Todd Sleep 
Kristen Smith 
Luke Smith 
Sara Smith 
Jeff Soucy 



Christie Spohn 
Danelle Stender 
Melissa Stevens 
Jason Stillwell 
Andrew Straley 



Marc Strobbe 
Laurel Strohm 
Mike Swarts 
Holly Thompson 
Carey Thorson 



Megan Towers 
Melissa Towers 
Aimee Tubbs 
Michelle Uzzo 
Sarah Walker 





Matt Wiebel 
Kelly Welp 
Stacy West 
Matt Whisler 
Bob Willis 







Jamie Wilson 
Jennifer Wilson 
Dan Yaudas 






It. \\ . f 4 




TOP: Jesse Driscoll shows that 
learning can be fun. 

RIGHT: Amanda, "Amy," Wilson 
ponders life as a sophomore. 
LEFT: Amy Rupe takes copious 
notes. 



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□ 'IN the short 
story, ’The Phoenix,' 
it taught the point 
"Don't mess with 
nature — it can do 
more harm than 
good. I like that." - 
Ellen Miller, Short 
Lit II 



□ "WE all make 
decisions, but not all 
of them are good 
decisions. 'The 
Monkey's Paw' will 
make us think more 
about the decisions 
we make." -- Steve 
Elvert, Short Lit II 

□ "ALL the kids in 
'The Duke's 
Children' have about 
the same feelings. 
They shouldn't be 
ashamed of who they 
are or of what they 
have." — Brandy 

O' Boyle, Short Lit II 





Amanda Altenhofen 
Andrea Anderson 
Todd Armstrong 
Josh Arnold 
Tara Ash 



Ryan Bare 
Melissa Berglund 
Sarah Berodt 
Justin Bierman 
Lee Bockenfeld 



Chad Boley 
Michelle Boston 
Andrew Bosworth 
Curt Bouril 
Jon Bowmer 



Adrienne Bradley 
Donna Brandt 
Michelle Brase 
Kelly Brennan 
Tom Brockhouse 



Erica Buckley 
Pat Burke 
Darin Burmeister 
Tara Buzzell 
Kelly Campbell 



Charles Cannaday 
Aaron Carlton 
Chris Carstens 
Christie Carstensen 
Lisa Christensen 




Sarah Claeys 
Jamie Clark 
Amanda Connors 
Cheryl Cox 
Cory Cruse 



Kym Daurer 
Brent Decker 
Sara DeLuca 
Maureen Dempsey 
Kris Deutmeyer 



Megan Doonan 
Chad Easton 
Corey Engelbrecht 
Deena Engelbrecht 
Trisha Erbst 



Amy Farrey 
Mark Farrier 
Cora Ferris 
John Filson 
Rick Foster 



Jeremy Frieden 
Sherry Gerardy 
Courtney Gilkison 
Cheyanne Glover 
Allison Goebel 



Jason Goettsch 
Natalie Goettsch 
Jessica Graham 
Matt Grillot 
Laura Gross 




Terry Haase 
Aimee Hagen 
Shane Hans 
Tawnya Hatch 
Shanna Haugland 



Tracy Hawker 
Tracy Henningsen 
Joe Henzen 
Cory Hermann 
Todd Hermsen 



Heather Hess 
Samantha Hesse 
Maria Higareda 
Dan Hotchkiss 
Katie Hulsen 



Luke Hunt 
Sean Jacobsmeier 
Adam Janik 
Kelly Jensen 
Nick Kalainoff 



Samantha Kane 
Stacy Kaufman 
Shai Kearney 
Tim Kelly 
Chad Keppy 



Neal Keppy 
Amy Kernan 
Molly Kiefer 
Carol King 
Chris Knight 








Toby Knight 
Amy Knoche 
Jason Krogman 
Jessica Kuehner 
Jason Latterly 



Jill Lafrenz 
Brian Laing 
Andrea Lee 
Jamie Lee 
Shueree Leigh 



Sarah Lindle 
Jessica Loesel 
Kathy Looney 
Sara Luckritz 
Stacey Lund 



Kelly Mangels 
Jason Marshall 
Nealon Marti 
Amy Martin 
Jason Martin 



Bobby Masters 
Jared McClurg 
Pat McCollam 
Megan McDonald 
Dena Merten 



Chad Metcalf 
Eric Mohr 
Gayla Musgrave 
Tony Nagy 
Corey Nebel 




Michelle Orcutt 
T roy Oster 
Jason Parrett 
Michael Pence 
Gail Peshek 



Amber Pewe 
Amy Pillard 
Lucy Pittman 
Jennifer Plaster 
Brad Plett 



Angie Ragona 
Jason Reding 
Andy Rhodes 
Rana Riedesel 
Angie Rigby 



Steve Rikke 
Dan Rouse 
Matt Ruefer 
Tony Rupe 
Clint Sager 



Jill Sager 
Jeremy Schaack 
Leann Schmitlein 
Paula Schneckloth 
Phil Schryver 






Ann schwarz 
Leah Seifert 
Jim Shipley 
Lynette Shirley 
Christie Shober 



Heather Siem 
Erin Siemsen 
Alicia Smith 
Andy Smith 
Angie Smith 



Apryl Smith 
Allyson Sosnowski 
John Stahmer 
Tom Stauffer 
Shannon Stebens 



Tom Stevens 
Jodi Stipes 
B.J. Stockstill 
Shaun Strickland 
Jennifer Stubbe 



Hobie Stutt 
Kevin Suiter 
Jessica Swain 
Julie Schwarz 
Lisa Szemkus 



Angie Tague 
Harold Teagarden 
Taralee Teeples 
Heidi Thompson 
Angelo Torre 







Tracy Trout 
Teisha Tuftee 
Michelle Venker 
Liz Vens 
Troy Vollbeer 



Laura Wallis 
Craig Ward 
Chad Warren 
Zachary Waters 
Talia Wiese 



Jason Wilkins 
Melissa Willers 
Corey Willie 
Jeannie Willis 
Amy Wilson 



Missy Woods 
Janelle Wulf 
Karen Zimmer 
Marlene Zogg 






Cheryl Cox smiles even though 
she’s in the dead end of CLOSED 
Science is the subject under scrutiny by these freshmen in Mr. Jim Logan's STUDY HALL, 
class. 






Steering Us in the ‘Right (Direction 

‘faculty and Staff 



Andy Agosta, Social Studies 
Dan Anderson, Music 
Keith Benjamin, Business 
Dean Birkhofer, Math 



Jim Boland, Guidance 
Mike Brown, Science 
Ron Brown, Math 

Quentin Coftman, Library Media Specialist 



Gene Conrad, Language Arts 
Randy Denner, Social Studies 
Jack Dudley, Industrial Technology 
Maureen Fletcher, Foreign Language 



Yoshiro Fujishima, Foreign Language 

Paul Flynn, Science 

Beth Frye, Aide 

Mary Goedken, Language Arts 



Carmene Granger, Business 
Marcia Hartman, Math 
Bev Hartwig, Special Education 
John Hawley, Foreign Language 








Glendena Heiman, Science 
Denny Hennigan, Language Arts 
Janie Heriing, Business 
Judy Hovey, Special Education Aide 



Judith Jacobs, Language Arts 
Denny Johnson, Dean of Students 
Bill Kessinger, Music 
Mike Kielkopf, Language Arts 



Mary Kay Knapp, Music 
Myra Kreiter, Secretary 
Betty Kube, Math 
Larry Lake, Social Studies 



Jim Logan, Science 
Linda McClurg, Principal 
Steve McNicol, Associate Principal 
Anita Meador, Special Education 



Deb Menke, Activities Director & P.E. 

Brad Merrick, Science 
Matt Miller, Social Studies 
Tammy Mills, Guidance Secretary 



LouAnn Mohr, Special Education 
Steve Mohr, Language Arts 
Nancy Moore, Home Economics 
Ed Mullin, Special Education 







Ken Nevenhoven Driver's Education 
Jeff Newmeister, Science 
Linda Noble, Physical Education 
Bernie Peeters, Art 



Harvey Perrine, Driver's Education 
Trish Reisener, Guidance 
Bob Rhinehart, Math 
Delmar Ryan, Business 



Don Scott, Social Studies 
Nancy Shileny, Foreign Language 
Karen Skaala, Principal's Secretary 
Marya Smith, Foreign Language 



Janet Steftensmeier, Voc. Agriculture 
Sally Tobin, Special Education 
Pat Townsend, Social Studies 
Linda Tuftee, Nurse 



Harlan Vander Vinne, Language Arts 
Aaron VanDyke, Physical Education 
Carroll Vis, Guidance 
Bob Voelkel, Math 



Bob White, At Risk 
Wendy White, Physical Education 
Barb Willis, Secretary 
Lorraine Young, Aide 







Above: The Student Congress officers are: 
Row 1 : Ashley Crow and Anne Brockmann. 
Row 2: Tracy Coulter and Julie Boley. 




The Student Congress members are: 

Bottom Row: Marc Strobbe, Sara Kirby, Ashley Crow, Julie Boley, Anne 
Brockmann, Sara DeLuca. 

Row 2: Jill Hyer, Eric Risius, Sherry Gerardy, Clint Christopher, Konni 
Cawiezell, Shelli Musal, Tammy Schwarz, Tara Buzzell. 

Row 3: Amy Nielson, Desiree Behne, Anne Wittkowski, Allison Hamilton, 
Teresa Boedeker, Katie Hulsen, Jill Lafrenz. 

Row 4: Kem Hammes, Christina Higareda, Brian Wallis, Rich Miller, 
Courtney Gilkison, Bill Brockmann. 

Row 5: Fred McFate, Paul Ragona, Kirk Golinghorst. 

Not present: Tracy Coulter. 




spike from Andy Smith during the 
F.C.A. mini-retreat. 

Right: Aaron Uitenbroek ... do you 
know the rules to crab soccer? 

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Above: The 

Student Congress 
members all seem 
to be doing their 
own thing. 

Left: Jill Hyer 
voices her opinion 
during a Student 
Congress meeting. 



Student Congress is 
a lot of fun and 
a great way 
to meet people.^ 

-Julie Bolcy 



New Leader Brings New Policy 

Student Congress has a whole new policy this year to 
go along with the new leader. Mrs. Glendena Heiman took 
over the reins as Student Congress adviser and brought much 
organization with her. Meetings are held every Tuesday and 
Thursday during homeroom in D-13. 

Members arc selected by their class after a week of 
campaigning and hearing the speeches. The officers over the 
entire Student Congress are voted on by the members. Then 
throughout the school year these people organize things such 
as Leadership Camp, homecoming activities, the Hunger 
Drive, the Blood Drive, and the dances. Everything gets done 
by setting goals and this year Student Congress met some real 
challenges. 




The F.C.A. members 

are: 

Row 1 : Josh Raye, 
Lori Osterberg, Anne 
Schmidt, Anne 
Wittkowski, Aaron 
Uitenbroek. Row 2: 
Jared McClurg, Andy 
Smith, Gary Curtis, 
Sherry Gerardy, 
Melissa Blanche, 
Stewart Stender, Blake 
Hamann, Leader 
Denise Stender, 

Leader Jodi Osterberg. 
Row 3: Leader Deac 
Ryan, Lea Twigg, Lisa 
Holden, Tamara 
Stolpe, Teresa 
Boedeker, Amy Engler, 
Jessica Graham, Erin 
Siemsen, Sara 
DeLuca, Tara Buzzell, 
Leader John Green. 
Row 4: Doug Kuhl, 




Steve Parrott, T.J. Case, Matt Goodwin, John 
Nevenhoven, Jason Brandon, Adam Jarick, Jennifer 
Higgins. Row 5: Bob Berentein, Herb Sawyer, Kyle 
Golinghorst, Cory Krukow, Anne Brockmann, Collin 
Davis, Sara Kirby, Eric Graham, Leader Randy Denner. 



The F.C.A. 
Officers are: 
Top: Luke 
Smith. 

Bottom: Lori 







*Ifs neat to have 
all aspects of life 
in one organization, 
like F.C.A. ^ 

-Kelly Ferguson 






Not Just For Athletes 

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a fun way to 
meet a lot of people and have a great time understanding 
God’s word. But don’t be fooled by the name, you don’t have 
to be involved in a sport to participate. “It’s more like a youth 
group at church,” believes Laura Oliver, a freshman member. 

F.C.A. meets a couple Mondays a month from 7:00 to 8:00 
pm. The games, singing and the Bible reading are led by Mr. 
Delmar Ryan and Mr. John Green, the advisers. To raise 
money for all the activities, members sell candy and clean the 
football field. 



Osterberg, Matt Goodwin, Gary Curtis. 

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Above: Shield staff members stop on life's highway for a picture. 

Row 1: Shelli Musal, Kim Lorenzen. Row 2: Neva Hoffman, Amy 
Manley, Mindy Thornton, Rhonda Jones. Row 3: Ashley Crow, Tracy 
Coulter, Brian Wallis, Alisa Ulloa, Tricia Graham. Row 4: Beth Bader, 
Teresa Looney, David Reisner (partially hidden), Greg Langfitt, Becky 
Miller, Paul Sager, Mary Splinter. Absent: Chad Haedt, Barb Mizer. 
Right: Beth Bader caught trying to get a good picture for the academics 
section. 





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Lance Staff 
Members are: 
Row 1 : Mark 
Szemkus, Heidi 
Lung, Kendra 
Ganzer, Dawn 
Frietag. Row 2: 
Gerard 
Heidegerken, 
Tara Bellman, 
Kimm Meyers, 
Tammy Stolpe, 
Dawn Strobbe. 
Row 3: Amy 
Hamly, Greg 
Langfitt, Josh 
Paysen, 







Above: Ashley Crow and Tracy Coulter seem to enjoy each other's 
company while writing one of the many stories in this year’s Shield. 




**The neat thing 
about yearbook is how 
a group of people can 
bring all of their ideas 
into an entire book 

and have them flow 

mm 

together. 

-Mindy Thornton 



Not Just a Picture Book 

You may think that the yearbook is just a picture 
book of memories and autographs of your closest friends. 

This is so, but there's more! It’s a book made with an 
abundance of hard work. Mr. Kielkopf instructs the 7th hour 
class whose reponsible for organizing this book. Important 
decisions are made by the tri-editors, Neva Hoffman, Amy 
Manley and Mindy Thornton. The other members of the staff 
hold many responsibilities as well. These tasks range from 
taking pictures and writing captions, to organizing an entire 
page and its contents. The staff puts in extra hours of hard 
work to make the Shield pleasing to the students, faculty and 
staff of North Scott High School. 





Above: Kimm Meyers 
and Tamara Stolpe are 
the co-editors of the 
Lance. 

Right: Kimm Meyers 
seems to be at a red 
light on her highway. 








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We spent nights here 
until almost midnight, 
but it all pays off when I 
see people respond posi- 
tively to the articles.^ 
—Tamara Stolpe 



The Hard Work's For Everyone 

Who's behind the school newspaper that is read by 
the entire school every month? It’s the Lance staff, lead by 
the co-editors, Tammy Stolpe and Kimm Meyers. 

They work hard each month to give the school an 
interesting overview of the previous month’s happening, 
opinions and insight for upcoming events. 



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ABOVE LEFT: Bottom Row: Jamie Wilson, David 
Klindt, Scott Wilson, Michelle Kaufman, Andy 
Ranson, Matt Oliver. Row 2: Mrs. Steffensmeier, 
Darrin Engelbrect, Anne Brockmann, Dawn DeLong, 
Tom Stevens. Top Row: Randy Hamann, Chad 
Keppy, Tony Schneckloth, Heath Pacha and Neal 
Keppy. 

LEFT: Andy Ranson works hard constructing a picnic 
table for the Mississippi Valley Fair, under the eye of 
David Klindt 




Above Row 1 : Mrs. Herting, 

Rachael Berodt, Brandy McCroskey, 
Zephanie Zimpleman, Brian 
Whitney, Row 2: Mark Szemkus, 
Clint Bormann, Riley Meyer, Wade 
Anderson, Casey Kelly. 

Right: Kari Dugan, Jennie 
Carstens, Teresa West, Julie Wilson, 
Wendy Patzer, Jana Iseminger, 
Kathy Laughlin, Melinda Lau, Susan 
Scullin, Cindy Loussaert, Kris 
Oetzmann, Rob Agren, Shelly 
Melcher, Josh Crecelius, Jason 
Swanson, Ryan lossi, Gary Curtis. 

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FFA is an excellent 
way to develop your 
leadership skills. 

-Scott Wilson 



FFA: The Future of Agriculture 

FFA, Future Fanners of America, is a school-related 
organization that increases the students’ agricultural skills. These 
skills are improved by attending conventions and participating in 
projects such as creed and extemporaneous speaking, agricultural 
sales, job interviews, as well as judging of livestock. 

The students involved must be involved in some type of 
Vo-Ag course, have their dues paid and attend regular monthly 
meetings. The meetings include fund raising business and a 
recreational activity of some sort 

TOP LEFT : These FFA members are doing what they do best, 
gettin' down and dirty! 

BOTTOM LEFT: Darrin Engelbrect asks, "Do you want to see my 
cow?" 




ABOVE: Rob Agren tries to help Ryan lossi with his work while 
Cindy Loussaert knows it's a useless effort. 




It's nice to be able to 
leave school at 11:50 
without a pass. 

-Clint Bormann 



Where are the Seniors? 

Do you notice some of the seniors missing during the 
afternoon? Skipping, hiding or just sick? No, these students 
are enrolled in the Multi-Occupations course. This is a class 
where the students involved attend their classes in the morning 
and go to work in the afternoon. They receive credit for this 
course as well as gain experience and prepare for their futures 
in the work field. 

This year Mrs. Hertig has become the new Co-Op 

teacher. 

Some of the places of employment this year are 
Target, K-Mart, Hardee’s, Spencer’s and even here at our own 
school. 










Above: Shamera Tunis shows how she can 
check out books with her eyes shut. 

Top Right: Jennifer Morrow, Tracy Henningsen 
and Amee Johnson hard at work. 





Above: Art Club members include Row 1 : Fred McFate, Hans Krueger, Mr. 
Bernie Peeters, Josh Arnold. Row 2: Sarah Walker, Wendy Sakdal, Steve 
Springsteem, Tiffany Olson, Heidi Lung. 

Right: Josh Arnold concentrates on controlling his brush techniques. 



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Working in the library 
has given me a chance 
to meet new people and 
has given me the 
opportunity to help 
other people out. 

-Amanda Hesse 



Making A Contribution 

If you contain a C average or better and have 
recommendations from three staff members, then you 
are able to give assistance in the Library/Media Center. 
Students involved in helping in the library take on the 
tasks of filing books and pamphlets, laminating papers, 
and setting up graphic displays. The students 
contribute their time during their study halls. 



Above Left: Row 1: Angie Stichter, Peggy Cole, Shamera Tunis. 
Row 2: Samantha Hesse, Sue Scullin, Amanda Hesse. 

Below Left: Peggy Cole changes the magazines. 




Above: Josh Arnold and Steve Springsteen explore their 
palette to create a vibrant cobr. 




tt We create, 
therefore 
we are.** 

-Fred McFate 



Creativity + Fun = Art Club 

Art club is a student-run organization ad- 
vised by Mr. Peeters with informal gatherings for 
those interested in visual arts. Their activities range 
from working on projects, seeing films, to taking 
field trips and visiting art galleries. The students 
enhance their creativity while having fun, too. 










F.L.C. Members are: Row 1: Kim Lorenzen, Gretchen Hoyt, Ann Schmidt, Melissa Blanche, Maria Higareda. Row 2: 
Amy Nielson, Konni Cawiezell, Anne Brockmann, Tammy Stolpe, Page Lillis, Julie Boley, Sarah Rashid. Row 3: 
Leighanne Carroll, Tara Handel, Roxanne Mess, Michelle Uzzo, Jennifer Wilson, Delaine Perry, Tonia Lenig, Tami 
Schwarz, Sarah Hotchkiss, Nicole Ash, Sena Glover, Holly Goettsch, Edelyn Hubner, Amy Engler. Row 4: Amy Kuhl, 
Shawnee Kingsley, Amber Rindler and Tiffany Olson. 




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National 

Honor 

Society 

members 

are: Row 

1: Lynn 

Voelkel, 

Tami 

Schwarz, 

Kirk 

Goling- 

horst, 

Marty 

Lillis, Lisa 

Holden, 

Anne 

Wittkow- 

ski, Sarah 

Rashid, 

Tricia 

Graham, 

Kimm 

New- 

march. 

Row 2: 

Jenny 

Birtell, 




Leighanne Carroll, Tiffany Olson, Tammy Stolpe, Julie Boley, Valerie Schneckloth, Jenny Rock, Amanda Orris, Stacey 
Bochart. Row 3: Renee Nestler, Shelly Musal, Page Lillis, Anne Brockmann and Susan Tapper. 






**The Christmas 

party is some- 
thing you don't 
want to miss. 9 * 

-Page Lillis 



Para la Fiesta 

Valentine’s Day wouldn’t be the same without 
Foreign Language Club. Selling carnations with 
messages and distributing them throughout the day is the 
main fund-raiser of the year. This provides for the 
expenses of the annual Christmas party. Most members 
felt the Christmas party was the highlight of their 
activities. Students of all grades whom participate in a 
foreign language course are qualified to be a member of 
this organization. 





Honor Society is 
composed of students 
involved in many 
activities as well as 
having academic 
standings." 

-Kirk Golinghorst 



Tomorrow’s Leaders 

Scholarship, leadership, service and character are 
the four fundamentals of National Honor Society. All the 
applicants must possess these basic principles as well as 
maintain at least a 3.4 grade point average. Applications 
are judged by a group of teachers, and the names 
withheld to ensure everyone is rated fairly. Those 
selected become members of a very prestigious group 
and are recognized as tomorrows leaders. 



National Honor Society officers are Anne Brockmann, Jenny 
Rock, Valerie Schnekloth and Kirk Golinghorst. 








Office Helpers are: Row 1: Elena Dively, Marcle Stipes, Dorothy Armstrong, Cheryl Jacobsen, Shamera Tunis, Dina 
teDuits, Shauna Batson and Nealon Marti. Row 2: Rachael Berodt, Michelle Venker, Michelle Orcutt, Erica Buckley, 
Nikki Davis and Conni Nellis. 




^"5 Junior Achievement members are: Row 1: Dawn Delong, Spring Brooks, Edelyn Hubner, Matt Grillot. Row 2: 

Amy Hamly, their advisor, Jason Stillwell, Angela Hansen, Sarah Hotchkiss. Row 3: Brandy Nass, Tom Gross, and 
two members from North and Central High Schools and an advisor. 



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«It's neat 
to know who's 
getting 

flowers before 
they do.” 

--Cheryl Jacobsen 



Michelle Venker considers becoming a 
postal worker someday. 



Office Helpers Have 
Much Responsibility 

The office isn’t just run by an adult staff 
but by students as well. These students are 
known as the office helpers. They not only get in 
on all the latest gossip of the school but they hold 
a lot of responsibility too. Their jobs include 
delivering all messages throughout the day and 
taking up the attendence sheets at each class. 

These students sign up to be of assistance 
in the office previous to the quarter. 




”You have so 

much fun, you 
don't realize how 
much you're 
learning.” 

-Anne Brockmann 



Anne Brockmann, Sarah Hotchkiss and their advisor 
enjoy this JA meeting. 



Business Babies 

Every Monday at 6:30 a group of young 
enterpreneurs assemble in our very own F.F.A. building to 
discuss the status of their businesses. These are not wealthy 
stock brokers from New York, but students in North Scott’s 
chapter of Junior Achievement At these weekly meetings, 
members analyze how their business is doing, produce the 
product and sell it if time allows. To become a J.A. member, 
you simply show up at the meetings and pay $5 to your 
partnership. At the end of the year, they compete with groups 
from other schools for various individual and group awards. 



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1991-92 Morning Star members are Row 1: Mindy Thornton, Heidi Lung, Ann Schmidt. Row 2: Mr. Gene Conrad, 
Kelli Hammes, Angie Hansen, Leighanne Carroll, Gerard Heidgerken. 




1991-92 Close Up members are Row 1: Matt Grillot, Jody Farrey, Jennie Schnoor, Sarah Rashid, Kim Lorenzen, 
Shelli Musal. Row 2: Amy Kuhl, Amy Neilson, Ann Schmidt, Melissa Blanche, Keri Gentz, Kendra Ganzer, Mr. Don 
Scott. Row 3: Tyler Schmidt, Todd Sleep, Allison Hamilton, Leighanne Carroll and Tom McDonnell. 



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Row 1: James Pieper, Kim Newmarch, Adrian Sherrill, Ryan Blodig, Lisa Szemkus, John Chapman, Ryan Betts, Kevin Johnson, 
Matt Whister, Kim Rigby, Jonathan Bowmer, Andi Sharp, Valerie Schnekloth, Angie Hansen, Melanie Holdorf, Jessica Kuenner, 
Lucas Hunt, Eric Genz. 

Row 2: Charlie Block, Todd Sleep, Kym Dauer, Martin Menke, Justin Bierman, Heather Peters, Rich Learn, Ken Betts, Andy 
Sherrill, Laura Gross, Kris Stoker, Scott Robinson, Dan Hotchkiss, Brian Nielsen, Bob Kilzer, Thane Lenig. 

Row 3: Talia Wiese, Troy Volbeer, Ellen Miller, Laura Oliver, Drew Anderson, Kara Lorenzen, Nick Kalainoff, Cheyanne Glover, 
Erin Guss, Allyson Sosnowski, Sara Luckritz, Cris Higareda, Taralee Teeples, Jenn Johannsen, Jenn Noel, Trent Engler. 

Row 4: Aaron Carlton, Matt Oliver, Kris Dinusson, Jeff Claeys, Tom Knapper, Andy Brus, James Greenhill, Mark Farrier, Tim Kelly, 
Nate Carlton, Jason Martin, Maria Higareda, Michelle Jensen, Sara Hotchkiss, Renae Frye, Tracy Trout, Tara Bellman. 

Row 5: Tony Nagy, Kim Wittkop, Natalie Goettsch, Jesse Driscoll, Gail Peshek, Lynn Peterson, Jenn Rock, Amanda Altenhofen, 
Chad Reickard, Lindsay Amhof, Kristin Smith, Amy Shannon, Erin Friedmeyer, Lynnett Shirley, Melissa Towers, Tara Handel. 

Row 6: Maggie Newton, Karly Klocksiem, Heather Hess, Jason Parrett, Sean Jacobsmeier, Chris Bradshaw, Sandy Lund, Tami 
Schwarz, Brad Plett, Alicia Smith, Sena Glover, Roxanne Mess, Michelle Boston, Adrienne Bradley, Shawn Entsminger, Tara 
Dauer, Amy Engler. 

Row 7: Leah Seifert, Jessica Lawson, Jenny Birtell, Stephanie Klocksiem, Allison Goebel, Mike Nagel, Cheryl Cox, Molly Kiefer, 
Carol King, Stacey Lund, Tawnya Hatch, Denise Oberlander. 

Row 8: Edelyn Hubner, Jennifer Nelson, Taga Dumerauf, Dawn DeLong, Melissa Brown, Jenny Higgins, Holly Wuestenburg, 
Susan Tapper, Holly Thompson, Mandie Straud, LeeAnn Shelledy, Tina Claeys. 




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^Marching Band teaches you 
to 'walk and chew gum' 
at the same time.** 

— Valerie Schnekloth 









TOP: During halftime the North Scott band keeps us 
entertained. MIDDLE: Jenny Higgins and Holly 
Wuestenberg seem to enjoy being a part of the Flag 
Corps. BOTTOM: Saxophone players give it their 
all. 



Songs worked on: 

1 ) "Sprach Zarathestra" 

2) "Boogie Woogie Bugle 
Boy" 3) "Hey Jude" 4) 
And Stars and Stripes 



The Lancer marching band, directed by Mr. Dan Anderson, is a great 
challenge for everyone. This years band is comparable with other years 
because of the many excellent players, good leaders and hard working, 
positive students. Still, the band provides a musical performance with the 
appropriate visual movements. 

We asked Mr. Anderson if he would ever consider competing with 
other marching bands around the state and he replied, “If our educational 
goal was to perform four pieces of music from August to November as 
other schools do, we might consider it for motivational purposes”. But 
North Scott’s band goals are to provide a variety of musical styles, 
challenge students on a weekly basis, improve their reading skills by 
covering a wide variety of literature that makes the performance 
entertaining to the audiences with a new show each game, and developing 
group leadership, discipline and pride. 

Mr. Anderson requires all 138 students to participate in the 
performances at every home football game.. Many students have said 
that they would like the band to stay for the entire football game, but 
because of everything that has to be done after the show, this is not really 
an option. 

The seniors that were interviewed for this article told us that they 
enjoyed creating the final show as a group. It gave them a feeling of 
“superiority” over the other band members. The seniors also wanted to 
put in a special word of thanks: “We want to thank Mr. A and Mr. K for 
all of their hard work and support”. 



* NORTH SCOTT 





MIDDLE LEFT: 

Scott Robin, Andy 
Sherill and Laura 
Gross lead the band 
across the field. 
MIDDLE: Kris Stoker 
shows us how the 
ideal band student 
should be. MIDDLE 
RIGHT: Kim Rigby 
leads everyone off the 
field. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Band 
members enjoy a little 
practice out on the 
bleachers. 







This years' concert band members include: Holly Thompson, Stephanie Klocksiem, Amy Engler, Taga Dumerauf, Kellie Agren, 
Carol King, Molly Kiefer, Gail Peshek, Cheryl Cox, Adrienne Bradley, Leah Siefert, allison Goebel, Stacey Lund, Tracy Trout, 
Heather Higgins, Edelyn Hubner, Amanda Stroud, Sean Jacobsmeier, Lynette Shirley, Sandra Lund, Dawn DeLong Maggie 
Newton, Melissa Brown, Merry Hanna, Denise Oberlander, Tina Claeys, Luke Hunt, Jason Parrett, Tara Bellman, Natalie 
Goettsch, Renae Frye, Jesse Driscoll, Lindsay Amhof, Kevin Meinert, Justin Levsen, Laura Oliver, Kris Stoker, Todd Sleep, Troy 
Vollbeer, Heather Peters, Thane Lenig, Kym Daurer, Kara Lorenzen, Nick Kalainoff, Ellen Miller, Laura Gross, Sara Brockhouse, 
Dan Hotchkiss, Justin Bierman, Brian Nielsen, Jennifer Johannsen, Allyson Sosnowski, Kim Rigby, Taralee Teeples, Sara 
Luckritz, Matt Whisler, Aaron Carlton, Megan Towers, Jeff Claeys, Mark Ferrier, Jason Martin, Maria Higareda, Mike Nagel, Tim 
Kelly, Brad Plett, Ryan Betts, Herb Sawyer, Lisa Szemkus, Andi Sharp, Jonathan Bowmer, and James Pieper. 






CALENDAR 91-92 


Aug 20 91 


Full Marching Band Band Room 


Nov 12 91 


Jazz Concert Auditorium 


Nov 19 91 


Iowa Band Extravaganza Iowa City 


Dec 8 91 


Winter Concert Auditorium 


Jan 19&20 92 


Augustana Band Festival Augustana College 


Jan 25 92 


SEIBA Honor Band Festival Washington 


Feb 7 & 8 92 


Western Illinois Univ. Jazz Festival 


Feb 22&23 92 


Univ. of Iowa Honor Band Iowa City 


Feb 24 92 


Winter-Spring Band Concert Aud. 


Mar 7 92 


SEIBA Jazz Festival Washington 


Mar 15 92 


Putnam Museum-Jass 1 Putnam Museum 


Mar 19 92 


Quad City Honor Band St. Ambrose Univ. 


Apr 4 92 


IHSMA Solo & Ensemble Contest 


Apr 7 92 


Iowa Jazz Championships Des Moines 


May 1 92 


IHSMA Large Group Contest 


May 13 92 


All State Jazz Band Des Moines 


May 18 92 


Pops Concert Aud. 



The 1 991 -1 992 symphonic band members are as follows: 
Tara Daurer, Jenny Higgins, Jenny Birtell, Amanda Orris , 
Shawn Entsminger, Sarah Hotchkiss, Jessica Lawson, Jen 
Rock, Susan Tapper, Kevin Johnson, Talia Wiese, Erin 
Friedmeyer, Tara Handel, Lynn Voelkel, Tami Schwarz, 
Michelle Boston, Roxanne Mess, Alicia Smith, Sena Glover, 
Chris Bradshaw, Melissa Towers, Karly Klocksiem, Kristen 
Smith, Holly Wuestenberg, Jessica Kuehner, Kim Wittkop, 
Amanda Altenhofen, Aimee Tubbs, Lynn Peterson, Chad 
Rieckard, Jennifer Nelson, Amy Shannon, Tony Nagy, Martin 
Menke, Drew Anderson, Andy Sherrill, Ken Betts, Bob Kilzer, 
Cheyanne Glover, Charlie Block, Rich Learns, Scott 
Robinson, Kelly Roberts, Erin Guss, Jenn Noel, Christina 
Higareda, Trent Engler, Matt Oliver, Kris Dinusson, Tom 
Knapper, Andy Brus, James Greenhill, Nathan Carlton, 
Michelle Jensen, Christian Carlton, Blake Hamann, Ryan 
Blodig, Valerie Schnekloth, Angela Hansen, Adrian Sherrill, 
John Chapman, Kim Newmarch, and Melanie Holdorf. 









Jazz II members: Row 1: Alicia Smith, Kristen Smith, Amanda 
Altenhofen, Natalie Goettch, Tara Bellman, Tara Handel, Michelle 
Boston, Lindsey Amhof, Amy Shannon. Row 2: Ryan Betts, Matt 
Whisler, Aaron Carlton, Andy Brus, Tim Kelly, James Greenhill. 

Row 3: Mr. Kessinger, Tawnya Hatch, Taralee Teeples, Shawn 
Jacobsmeier, John Chapman, James Pieper, Justin Bierman, Lucas 
Hunt, Troy Vollbeer, Nick Kalainoff, Kim Daurer and Richie Learn. 




Jazz I members: Row 1 : Matt Oliver, Kim Wittkop, Jen Rock, 
Kristen Smith, Kevin Meinert. Row 2: Adrian Sherrill, Ryan 
Blodig, Matt Whisler, Kris Dinusson, Christian Carlton, Nathan 
Carlton, Tom Knapper. Row 3: Valerie Scneckloth, Melanie 
Holdorf, Thane Lenig, Mike Nagel, Trent Engler, Drew Anderson, 
Andy Sherrill, Ken Betts, Charlie Block and Cheyanne Glover. 



Jazz Bands Are Great Success 

Jazz I Band is a very skilled band made up of some young, but very talented musicians. 
They have come a long way in the past few years and have turned out to be very excellent. 
Jazz II Band is also very talented and arc all expected to make it to Jazz I Band someday. 
Jazz I Band went to Western Illinois and placed first in their jazz competition. Kris 
Dinussen, Martin Menke, Melanie Holdorf and Thane Lenig all made All-State Jazz Band. 
Jazz I is instructed by Mr. Anderson and Jazz II is instructed by Mr. Kessinger. These fine 
instructors and students should be acknowledged for all of their hard work and effort that 
they have put forth every day to make this such a great success. 





Left: Chad Reickard, Kim Wittkop, Jen Rock, Kristen Smith and Kevin 
Meinert play in a performance in the aud. 

Bottom Far Left: Lynette Shirley and Laura Gross show how much fun 
band can be. 

Bottom Left: Kevin Meinert. 

Bottom Center: Mr. Anderson directs Chad Reickard. 

Bottom Right: Martin Menke. 

Bottom Far Right: Jen Rock and Kristen Smith show their stuff. 









FRONT ROW: Mrs. Frye (accompniest), Lynn Voekel, Lynn Peterson, Amanda Stroud, Michelle Jensen, Tara Dauer, 
Jenny Birtell, Amanda Orris, Anne Wittowski, Jenny Higgins, Kari Pacha, Maria Gross, Rebecca Morris, Becky Miller, and 
Mrs. Knapp (choir director). SECOND ROW: Kathy Bopp, Jenny Nebbling, Lori Bulin, Toni Dameron, Christina Hegereda, 
Jenn Noel, Melanie Holdorf, Aimee Tubbs, Kim Rigby, Teresa Boedeker, Susan Tapper, and Angie Hansen. THIRD 
ROW: Bill Andresen, Josh DePover, Matt Whisler, Jeff Cordts, Adrian Sherrill, Matt Teeples, Kori Jorgenson, Gregg 
Campbell, Brandon Tuttle, and Chad Tuttle. BACK ROW: Rich Miller, Jeremy Kohler, Corey Ferrel, Kevin Johnson, John 
Lafferty, Randy Riewerts, Chris Bradshaw, Mark Peeters, and Luke Lawson. 





BOTTOM ROW: Missy Willers, Andrea Lee, Kari Hill, Debbie Glanz, Maggie Newton, Jill Sager, Kelly 
Campbell, Sally Donabauer, Kristina Kiefer, Kendra Ganzer, Amy Martin, Jamie Clark, Laura Gross, 
Michelle Orcutt, Michelle Venker, Taralee Teeples, and Amy Farrey. SECOND ROW: Apryl Smith, Lisa 
Szemkus, Sarah Lund, Lynette Shirley, Mark Harger, Jason Stichter, Jesse Driscoll, Zach Waters, Dorothy 
Armstrong, Laura Oliver, Shanna Haugland, Wendy Carnahan, Rhonda Jones, Des Behne, Lisa Schneider, 
and Jill LaFrenz. THIRD ROW: Kari Goines, Renae Frye, Andi Sharp, Laurel Strohm, Brad Gradin, 
Shandon Peeters, B.J. Stockstill, Mike Pence, Hobie Stutt, Jason Lafferty, Kelly Martin, Maria Hegareda, 
Angie Jorgenson, and Kelly Brennan. TOP ROW: Amy Knoche, Courtney Gilkison, Emily Hedges, Emily 
Lovell, Paula Schneckloth, Erica Buckley, Kristen Horn, John Lafferty, Jonathan Bowmer, Clinton Sager, 
James Oelerich, Stacey Bochart, Christine Costello, Aimee McGimpsey, Kathryn Hulsen, Shannon 
Stebbens, Heide Thompson, and Andrea Anderson. 







North Scott Chamber Singers from left, clockwise: Cristina Higareda, Matt Whisler, Tara Daurer, Sally 
Donaubauer, Gregg Campbell, Toni Damron, Cory Ferrel, Michelle Jensen, Matt Teeples, Jenny Higgens, 
Kevin Johnson, Jenn Noel, Mark Peeters, Jenny Birtell, Kori Jorgensen, Teresa Boedeker, Amanda Orris, 
Josh DePover, Susan Tapper, Kim Rigby. 



CHOIR 

Before coming to teach at North Scott High School, Ms. Mary Knapp heard a lot of great 
things about North Scott from people around the state which influenced her decision to teach here. 

Ms. Knapp, said that she has found the quality that she expected. She also found that the kids are nice. 

Ms. Knapp taught at many schools before coming to North Scott. She did some college work 
at Clarke College in Dubuque. She also did some graduate work at the University of Missouri in 
Kansas City. She taught in St. Paul, Minnesota, Dyersville Beckman High School for 1 1 years, then 
most recently at Dubuque Senior High School. 

"My goals include teaching the choir to rehearse with discipline, to sing expressivley with a 
mature tone quality, and improve the musicianship of my students." She added, "The North Scott 
choral program is similar to my experience at Dubuque Hempstead High School because of the high 
quality of musicianship in our students here. But it also differs from Hempstead. All the literature we 
are singing for our Fall Concert is new to me except a few tunes, although, I do expect to teach songs 
I've taught before." 




"DANCING 

+ 

SINGING + 
LOTS OF 
SMILES= 
CHAMBER 
SINGERS ! " 



-SUSAN 

TAPPER 



1991-92 CHORAL 
MUSIC ACTIVITIES 

Sun., Oct. 20- Fall 
Vocal Concert, 2:30 
p.m., NSHS Aud. 
Sun., Dec. 8- 
BandA/ocal Winter 
Concert, 2:30 p.m., 
NSHS Aud. 

Sun., Mar. 1- Spring 
Vocal Concert, 2:30 
p.m., NSHS Aud. 

Frl., May 1- State 
Large Group Contest 
Frl., May 15, eve.- 
Pops Concert 
Rehearsal, NSHS 
Aud. 

Mon., May 18- Pops 
Concert, 6:00 p.m., 
NSHS Aud. 






MAKING ALL STATE is the highest honor a high school musician can receive. Auditions for the 285-picce All State 
Band, 210-piecc Orchestra, and 600- voice chorus were held in Washington, Iowa on October 26, 1991. Only about 17% of the 
students who try out are selected for membership in the All State Honor Groups. This year's group of All State Qualifiers included 
many students that have qualified for a number of years. The qualifiers this year for band are Martin Mcnke, Erin Guss, Drew 
Anderson, Jen Rock, Kristen Smith, Ryan Blodig, Adrian Sherrill, and Melanie Holdorf. The qualifiers for choir arc Kori Jorgensen, 
Randy Riewcrts, Amanda Orris, and Gregg Campbell. This years alternates included: Jenny Birtcll, Cristian Carlton, Valerie 
Schnckloth, Matt Oliver, and Tom Knapper. In addition to these qualifiers, we had two freshmen qualify for a competition similar to 
All State, but for younger participants. This was the first year for this concert 

All State is a concert that is held every year at the Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa. It is a festival concert open for the 
public to view. This year’s performance was held on November 23. The audience this year included approximately 4,000 people, 
this is less than most years, most likely due to the bad weather. The qualifying students left on Thursday afternoon. They had to 
attend many hours of rehearsal all day Friday and before the performance Saturday evening. Some participants in this year's concert 
stated that the concert was of better quality this year than the concerts of the previous two years. 

When interviewing a band and a choir three time recipient of this honor, the question about the most enjoyable part of this 
experience was asked. Responses were: The actual performance will "blow you away", the sound is magnificent; it is interesting to 
be performing under a different director, and to sec how they approach the job. 

For the first time, this year a Junior All State (OPUS ’91) was held. Two of our freshmen choir students qualified. They 
were Jonathan Bowmcr and Jason Lafferty. 

Congratulations to all who qualified this year, and good luck to everyone next year! 





MIDDLE RIGHT: Band qualifiers from left to 
right: Adrian Sherrill, Ryan Blodig, Drew 
Anderson, and Martin Menke. Back row: 
Erin Guss, Kristen Smith, Jen Rock, and 
Melanie Holdorf. BOTTOM RIGHT: Choir 
qualifiers: Randy Riewerts, Gregg 
Campbell, and Kori Jorgensen. Back row: 
Jenny Birtell, Jonathan Bowmer, Amanda 
Orris, and Jason Lafferty. 








The 1991-92 LP Officers are: 
Justin Levsen, Historian; Paul 
Sager, Treasurer; Stacey 
Bochart, Secretary; Kim Rigby, 
Vice-President; Cristina 
Higareda, Parliamentarian; and 
Jeff Cordts, President. 



The 1991-92 Lancer Productions members are: Phil Langan, 
Courtney Gilkison, Matt Teeples, Randy Riewerts, Gregg Campbell, 
Kristina Kiefer, Maria Gross, Lynn Voelkel, Merry Hanna, Jeanne 
Glover, Jeff Cordts, Paul Sager, Lynn Peterson, Kari Dugan, Jill Sager, 
Stacey Bochart, Amanda Orris, Kelli Hammes, Justin Levsen, Jen Noel, 
Amy Knoche, Melissa Stevens, Toni Damron, Melissa Goetzke, Mark 
Peters, Luke Lawson, Maria Higareda, Angie Jorgensen, Aimee 
McGimpsey, Karen Olson, Shamera Tunis, Jamie Pieper, Leah Siefert, 
George Ranson, Kim Rigby, Heidi Lung, Matt Whisler, Shanna 
Haugland, Jenny Birtell, Kathy Bopp and Lisa Szemkus. 




Speech Team Helps To Create 
Better Actors/Actresses 

Speech team is an organization in which young adults meet to prac- 
tice on becoming beuer actors/actresses. While on the speech team, 
the student becomes more of a debator or policy-type person. They 
can also achieve to be a totally different person and learn a whole new 
way of presenting themselves. 

Judith Jacobs is the director of North Scott's speech team along with 
Julie Gerich, the assistant director. When the Shield interviewed Ms. 
Gerich, she said she felt that this year’s group has met all of the ac- 
complishments that she had expected of them. She has gained interest 
in the new students that joined and that has given her a chance to 
polish them up and achieve better quality out of them. 

The speech team went to their first meet on February 29th and eight 
of the team's members participated in the state competition on March 
21st. Ms. Gerich hopes to have some familiar faces on next year’s 
speech team and to see all of the students at next year's state competi- 
tion. 



The Speech Team State 
Individuals Include: 

Stacey Bochart: Storytelling 
Kathy Bopp: Original 
Kendra Ganzer: Poetry 
Shannon Hans: Expository Address 
Melanie Holdorf: Humorous 
Justin Levsen: Poetry 
Kim Rigby: Dramatic 
Tami Schwarz: Expository Address 






'91 Fall Musical uses revolving sets for first time - 





THE ROLLICKING DAYS of the early west formed the backdrop for the Lancer 
Productions' version of the high-energy singing and dancing of "Seven Brides for 
Seven Brothers." 

The play was directed by Judith Jacobs with Junior Stacey Bochart as student 
director. Mary Kay Knapp was choral director, Jayne Ploehn choreographer and Tom 
Goodall technical director. 

Melanie Holdorf (Milly) and Matt Teeples (Adam) played the leads. Other brides 
were Christina Higareda, Jenny Birtell, Kristina Kiefer, Shanna Haugland, Maria Gross 
and Sally Donaubauer. 

Other brothers were Randy Riewerts, John Lafferty, Kori Jorgensen, Jeff Cordts, 
Gregg Campbell and Matt Whisler. 

Performances were presented Nov. 8, 9 and 10. Tickets were $5 for adults, $4 for 
students and senior citizens. 




OTHER MEMBERS of the cast were: Suiters — Jason 
Stichtcr, Kris Stoker, Rich Miller, Brandon Tuttle, Adrian 
Sheriill and Clint Sager. 

Mr. Bixby, Mark Peters; Mrs. Bixby, Kim Rigby; 
preacher, James Pieper; preacher’s wife, Kathy Bopp; Mr. 
Perkins, Bill Andresen; Mrs. Perkins, Val Schnckloth. 

Townspeople were Justin Lev sen, Lynn Voelkel, Sean 
Jacobsmeier, Kelly Campbell, Nick Kalainoff, Amanda 
Orris, Melissa Goetzke, Lisa Szemkus, Jenny Nebbling, 
Taralee Teeples, Amy Farrey and Maria Higareda. 




TOP LEFT: 

Melanie Holdorf 
(Milly) and Matt 
Teeples (Adam) 
are exchanging 
musical ideas in 
this scene. 

TOP RIGHT: Matt 
Teeples (Adam) 
and Melanie 
Holdorf (Milly) 
seem to have 
come to some 
agreement . 
BOTTOM: The 
cast and the set. 




Backstage Gallery 



IMMEDIATE LEFT: Melanie Holdorf backstage: 

BELOW CENTER: Kori Jorgensen, Sally Donabauer, Cristina 
Higareda and Greg Campbell getting ready. 

BELOW RIGHT: Justin Bierman. 

MIDDLE LEFT: Matt Teeples (Adam Pontipee) sings words of wisdom 
to his brothers. 

MIDDLE CENTER: Randy Riewerts poses for a mug shot. 

MIDDLE RIGHT: Kim Rigby and Melanie Holdorf getting ready for the 
play. 




■H 










"NOISES OFF" IS based on an over-stressed 
director trying to get his emotionally wrought cast to perform 
before opening night, which is quickly approaching. It is also 
the scene for a romantic sectagon (eight, yes, eight people) 
which keeps everyone on their toes. 

The play consisted of three acts. The first showing 
the dress rehearsal, the second showing all of the backstage 
actions while the play was being performed (thanks to the fact 
that the stage crew was able to construct a revolving set), and 
the final act was the actual play in whole. 

One actor described this play as being difficult but 
fun. He said it was a very physical play, partly because his 
character was required to fall down the flight of stairs (which 
he did very well.) He also said that "Noises Off' required a lot 
more dedication. For those few months, it consumed the actors 
whole lives. The lines were difficult because even though they 
sounded very much the same, they were different in the way 
that they had to be performed. But the entire crew had a lot of 
fun improvising which helped make the play special every 
night it was performed. 



TOP RIGHT: Mark Peters, Phil Langan, Jeff Cordts, 
Kim Rigby, and Amanda Orris. MIDDLE RIGHT: 
Phil Langan, Mark Peters, Jeff Cordts, Adrian 
Sherrill, Amanda Orris, and Maria Gross. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Heidi Lung and Matt Teeples. 




CylST 



Dotty Otley Kim Rigby 

Lloyd Dallas Philip Lahgah 

Garry Lkjkuhb. . .Adrian Sherrill 

Brooke Ashtoh Maria Gross 

Poppy Morton- Taylor. . . .Stacey 

Bochart 

Frederick Fellows . . .Jeff Cordts 

Belinda Blair Amanda Orris 

Tim Allgood Matt Teeples 

Selsdon Mowbray Mark Peters 

Electrician Heidi Lung 

Sardines Sardines 










Above left: Maria Gross puts the moves on Adrian Sherrill. 

Above Center: Mark Peters, Amanda Orris, Kim Rigby, Phil Langan and Jeff Cordts. 

Above Right: Maria Gross. 

Above Far Right: Matt Teeples looks confused. 

Below Left: Phil Langan and Stacey Bochart portray an argument as Matt Teeples and Heidi Lung look on. 
Below Center: Mark Peters gives a speech. 






Above: 

Kim 
Rigby 
flaunting 
for the 
camera. 




The Stage Crew for 

"Noises Off" is: Top 
Row: Chad Reickard, 
Mike Nagel, George 
Ranson, Chris 
Bradshaw and Ben 
Dugan. Bottom Row: 
Kathy Bopp, Tara 
Bellman, Chad Hardy, 
and Lindsey Amhof. 








Masters of Ceremony: Paul Sager and Maria Gross 

Dancers: Megan Doonan, Courtney Gilkison, Melissa Goetzke, Molly 
Kiefer, Melinda Lau, Renee Nestler, Michelle Orcutt, Andi Sharp, Wendy 
Sakdal, and Kathleen Lafrenz choreographer. 

Chamber Singers: Bill Andresen, Jenny Birtell, Teresa Boedeker, Gregg 
Campbell, Jeff Cordts, Toni Damron, Tara Daurer, Josh DePover, Sally 
Donabauer, Cory Ferrel, James Greenhill, Erin Guss, Cristina Higareda, 
Jenny Higgins, Michelle Jensen, Kevin Johnson, Kori Jorgesen, Rich Miller, 
Jenn Noel, Amanda Orris, Kim Rigby, Jason Sticher, Susan Tapper, Matt 
Teeples, Branden Tuttle, and Matt Whisler. Also, Mary Kay Knapp, 
director; Beth Frye, accompanist; and Kathleen Lafrenz, choreographer. 



Below Left: Cristian Carlton and Sally 
Donabauer dance their wedding dance. 
Below: Laurel Strohm and CJ Gentz. 
Bottom Left: Everyone takes a backstage 
breather. 

Bottom Right: Martin Menke plays a solo 
while Jazz I waits for their turn to play. 




Jazz I: Jen Rock, Kim Wittkop, Chad Reickard, Erin 
Friedmeyer, Kevin Meinert, Kris Dinusson, Matt Oliver, 

Cristian Carlton, Nate Carlton, Tom Knapper, Martin Menke, 
Drew Anderson, Andy Sherrill, Ken Betts, Charlie Block, 
Cheyanne Glover, Valerie Schnekloth, Jenn Johannsen, Trent 
Engler, Mike Nagel, Ryan Blodig, Adrian Sherrill, Thane Lenig, 
Melanie Holdorf, and Dan Anderson, director. 

Jazz II: Amanda Altenhofen, Natalie Goettsch, Tara Bellman, 
Tara Handel, Alicia Smith, Kristen Smith, Michelle Boston, 
Linday Amhof, Amy Shannon, Andy Brus, Matt Whisler, Aaron 
Carlton, Tim Kelly, James Greenhill, Rich Learn, Troy Vollbeer, 
Kym Daurer, Nick Kalainoff, Justin Bierman, Tawnya Hatch, 
Taralee Teeples, Lucas Hunt, Sean Jacobsmeier, John 
Chapman, James Pieper, Ryan Betts, and Bill Kessinger, 
director. 





Swing Choir: Jon Bowmer, Chris Bradshaw, Kelly Campbell, Jesse Driscoll, Renae Frye, 
CJ Gentz, Chad Hardy, Shanna Haugland, Maria Higareda, Katie Hulsen, Laura Oliver, BJ 
Stockstill, Laurel Strohm, and Talia Wiese. Also, Mary Kay Knapp, director; Beth Frye, 
accompanist; and Kathleen Lafrenz, choreographer. 

Tech Crew: Lindsay Amhoff, Drew Anderson, Tara Bellman, Kathy Bopp, Tara Daurer, 
Ben Dugan, Drew Heidgerken, Lynn Peterson, George Ranson, Dereck Reichert, Paul 
Sager, and Tom Goodall, director. 

Ushers: Cheryl Cox, Karly Klocksiem, Stephanie Klocksiem, Jessica Kuehner, Amy 
Martin, Gail Peshek, Paula Schnekloth, Allyson Sosnowski, Lisa Szemkus, and Holly 
Wuestenberg. 









Here is a list of the songs performed in the 1992 


Swing Show. They are listed in order of presenta- 
tion. 


Dues Blues 


Out on a Whim 


Full Court Blues 


Blue Moon 


Joe 


When I Fall In Love 


A Little More Time 


Cruisin' for a Bluesin' 


Metropole 


Things Ain't what they 


Monday's Child 


Used to Be 


Nickel and Dime 


60 ’s Party Line 


Outback Blues 


Next to Lovin' 


Sundance 


Makin' Whoopee 


Puttin' on the ritz 


The glory of Love 


Chattanooga Choo Choo Can’t Help Lovin' Dat 


Hipper By the Dozen 


Man 


Hey! Look at Us Now 


Gonna Fly Now 


Honestly 


A Blast from the Past 


In the Mood 


A Corner of the Sky 


Darn That Dream 
Friends 


Tiger of San Pedro 



Top Left: Matt Whisler, Cristina Higareda and 
Gregg Campbell. 

Middle Left: Dan Anderson and Jazz I. 

Bottom Left: Chamber Singers Cristina Higareda, 
Sally Donabauer, Tara Daurer, Toni Damron, 
Jenny Noel, Jenny Birtell, Jenny Higgins, Teresa 
Boedeker and Amanda Orris. 

Bottom Right: Branden Tuttle and Sally 
Donabauer. 








The directors for One- Act are Kim Rigby and Amanda 
Orris. The directors were not performers in this group. 
One- Act performed the drama Love is a Hot Fudge 
Sundae. They went to districts on Jan. 26 and received 
Superior ratings. On Feb. 8 they went to State and 
received Excellent ratings. 




& 



Kim & Amanda 



DIRECTORS 




Large Group Contest 

The directors are responsible for guiding their groups with 
decisions about set, costumes, and hairdos. They also give 
their input on the development of the characters, choosing the 
show, preparation for the contest, and choosing the cast. It is 
obvious by the achievements for this years groups that the 
directors did a great job. 



First Row: Taralee Teeples, Lisa Szemkus, Edelyn Hubn©r, Kelly 
Campbell, and Christina Higareda. Second Row: Kim Rigby (director), 
Drew Heidergerken Courtney Gilkison, Gregg Campbell, Shanna 
Hogland.SarahLindle, and Amanda Orris. Third Row: Jesse Driscoll, 
Mike Nagel, Rich Miller, and Karen Olson. 







Paul & Stacey 



DIRECTORS 



Choral Readers this year 
performed "The Mouse That 
Fell Off the Rainbow" by John 
Hawkison. They performed at 
District Contest on Jan. 26 and 
received Superior ratings. On 
Feb. 8 they traveled to State 
contest and received Superior 
ratings again. Choral Readers 
was directed by Paul Sager and 
Stacey Bochart. 




Above: Senior Toni 
Damron has to think 
twice about her lines. 

Far Right: Freshman 
Missy Willers takes a 
breather during practice. 
Right: Junior Lynn 
Peterson runs away with 
her lines, but Renae Frye 
and Justin Levsen know 
different. 



First Row: Amy Farrey, Jenny Birtell, Paul Sager, Stephanie 
Klocksiem, Kelly Hammes, Amiee McGimpsey, Missy Willers. Second 
Row: Toni Damron, Melissa Goetzke, Justin Levsen, Renae Frye, and 
Lynn Peterson. 












Debate is a game: 
Thought about by some 
Attempted by a few 
Played by the tough 
Survived by the 

EXCEPTIONAL 






^itt) 








BOTTOM L-R: Adrian Sherrill, Phil Langan, Matt Teeples. TOP: Kim Rigby, 
Valerie Schnekloth, Kathy Bopp. 



Debate at North Scott is taken mostly as an independent study 
course. In order to be in debate, a student has to have completed both 
Public Speaking I&II, have the debate class period free, and have the 
approval of Mrs. Jacobs. Debate students attend competitions which are 
held at some area high school’s such as: Bettendorf, Central, and Iowa 
City. Along with these, the University of Iowa Campus. Their 
competitions are usually held on Saturday mornings and on through the 
day. 

" Debate only requires as much extra time as you want to put 
into it," one debate member stated. He said that a person could spend five 
hours a night on their research for debate but most people don't have that 
large amount of time to spare. Debate gives a student a great deal of 
organizational skills and teaches them to be a quick-thinker. They also 
have the chance to ’ stand up ' for what they believe in. Debate is a great 
challenge for everyone. 



" Policy debate is like a chess game. 
It is not an exercise in public speaking, 
rather it is an exercise in quick 
thinking. " 

Valerie Schnekloth 



" There is no other class that uses 
everything you learn in high school and 
prepares you for life better than Debate. 
It should be open to everyone.” 

Phil Langan 








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FOR WINNING THE FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP in any boys sport since North Scott joined the Mississippi Athletic Conference in 
1978-79, we present this special recognition to golfers (front) Mark Andresen, Nate Uitenbroek, Andy Laake; (back) Kirk 
Golinghorst, Cory Olson, Jake Vollbeer, Head Coach Randy Denner. 






Soph 

boys (at 

right) 

just 

missed 

MAC 

B-ball 

crown 

in one of 

North 

Scott's 

best 

seasons 

ever. 




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THE LANGUAGE ARTS department is headed by Mr. 
Steve Mohr this year. The other teachers are Harlan VanderVinne, 
Mary Goedken, Judy Jacobs, Dennis Hennigan, Mike Kielkopf, and 
Gene Conrad. These teachers all work together to improve our 
communication skills, whether through reading, writing, or 
speaking. 

Under classmen have a required four part english program. 
These courses are Writing Lab , Long and Short Literature, and 
Communications. These classes give students a balanced approach 
to the Language Arts curriculum. 

When you become an upper classman you have a lot more 
choices, classes you call electives, which you can take to pave the 
road to college. Classes such as Discovery Through Reading, 
Practical and Creative Writing, Public Speaking I and II, Journalism 
I and II, American and Popular Novel, Advanced Composition, 
World Literature, English Literature, Yearbook Production, 
Humanities, and Newspaper Production. Debate is also offered, but 
as and independent course through Mrs. Jacobs. 

TOP RIGHT: Mr. Conrad waves a friendly hello. MIDDLE RIGHT: 
Reid and Eric Koberg have double the fun in Humanities. BOTTOM 
LEFT: Daryl Gerardy relaxes during his english class. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Brad VanPelt takes time out from his assignment. 



WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS AFTER HIGH SCHOOL? 
84% College 
9% Military 
4% Other 
3% Work 

2% Technical School, Vocational Training 








Foreign language classes at North Scott are open to 
everyone 9-12. For freshman and sophomores there is French 
and Spanish I and II. Juniors and seniors can take classes I 
through IV. 

Spanish classes are taught by Nancy Shileny, Maureen 
Fletcher and John Hawley, who also serves as the department 
chair. 

The foreign language teachers say that the new french text 
books received last year and the new Spanish textbooks this 
year have been a great improvement to the department. 

Foreign language is a fun and rewarding experience for 
everyone. The students learn about different cultures and their 
languages, and often discover new things about themselves. 

Question & answer 

Yoshiro Fujishima 

1 ) What made you decide to come to NSHS to teach? 

I am from Yamanshi (state), Japan. Yamanshi 
and Iowa are sister state. So I came here as one of the 
sister-state programs. 

2) Where did you go to college? How long did it take 
for you to speak the American Language. 

I graduated a college in Tokyo, Japan. I have 
been studying English for more than ten years. But I cant 
speak it well yet. We, Japanese usually study English for 
six to seven years at school. 

3) What is your impression of the American Students 
compared to Japanese students? 

Before coming the U.S., my friend, who is an 
American, said to me, "Be careful, American students are 
terrible! " So I was worried about it. But that is wrong. 
Now I think the American students, especially in NSHS, 
are very friendly and kind to me. I enjoy the life of NSHS. 
The Japnese students study harder than the American 
just because there are the enterance exam to go to a high 
school or college. 







TOP RIGHT: Jason 
Strohbehn attempts to hide 
his face in French class. 

TOP LEFT: Julie Boley 
and Cory Olson both look a 
little puzzled. 

MIDDLE RIGHT: Lori 
Bulin, Mary Pittman and 
Teresa Looney speak a little 
Francaise in French IV. 






NORTH SCOTT HIGH SCHOOL has an excellent music 
program in which Dan Anderson, Bill Kessenger, and Mary Kay Knapp are 
in charge of. The classes that are available, as far as instruments, are 
Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Jazz I and II and Marching Band. 

For the past three years, North Scott choirs have adjusted to three 
different teachers quite well. There was Mr. Hann, Miss Lien and finally 
Ms. Mary Kay Knapp, who we hope has found pleasure in teaching Red 
Choir, North Scott Singers, and Chamber Singers. Ms. Knapp is also very 
involved and motivating to All-State singers who are a group of people who 
sang in a mass choir in November. 

These fine arts are instructed by a fine trio of instructors who are 
proud to be involved in the excellent music program at North Scott. 






TOP RIGHT: Red Choir at practice. MIDDLE LEFT: Tim 
Kelly and Kym Daurer practice together tuning up on their 
instrument skills. MIDDLE RIGHT: Ms. Mary Knapp and 
John Lafferty exercise their musical talent. BOTTOM 
LEFT: Nick Kalainoff tunes his trumpet. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Angie Hansen shows off her Lancer Band 
sweatshirt to her friend Erin Guss. 






Above: Dan Dickey seen here taking a few American History notes. 
Below: Newcomer, Mr. Pat Townsend, talks a little sociology with his 
7th hour class. 

Bottom Left: Mr. Lake demonstrating his well known pose. 

Right: When Mr. Miller speaks, everybody listens. 





Social Studies 
Loses and Gains 

After more than thirty years at North Scott, Mr. 
Larry Lake will be retiring after the '92 year. But 
Don Scott, Andy Agosta, Randy Denner and part- 
time Matt Miller will continue their services in the 
Social Studies department Pat Townsend came in 
last year as a student teacher and found himself the 
permanent substitute for Mr. Agosta, who had bypass 
surgery this past October. 

The department is currently revamping the world 
history program for the '92-'93 school year, offering 
World History I (Pre-history- 1350 A.D.) and II 
(1350-1914 A.D.) in place of Ancient, Medieval, and 
European histories. These courses will be offered 
both semesters, eliminating the common excuse of 
"scheduling problems." 




Favorite Teachers 

Results of a survey of students reveal that 
4 out of the top 6 favorite teachers 
are 

social studies instructors. 




[AL STUDIES 






Our math department this year is headed by Mr. Ron Brown, a change from past years. 
Other members of this department include: Bob Voelkel, Betty Kube, Dean Birkhofer, Bob 
Rhinehart, and Marcia Hartman. There are many different choices for classes to take in the 
math department. 

Math classes start with General Math then continue to Prc- Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, 
Computer Programming I, Algebra II, Computer Programming II, Analysis and if you 
happen to "double-up" your sophomore year, you’re one of the lucky ones who can take 
Calculus your senior year. 

Later in the year, the math department will be giving a national math test for the top 
students in every math class. The math department will also have an awards presentation 
for the academically outstanding math students. 

When I surveyed Mr. Brown, he came up with quite a few math quotes for you to 
remember. "The strategies will carry over into life.. .not the solutions"; "You have 
obviously mistaken me for someone that cares"; "Dean B. & Euclid are the fathers of 
Geometry"; "Give me my beating and let me go home"; and last but not least, "Act like you 
care." Be on the lookout for some of these sayings in your math classes, unless you’ve 
already heard them. 





TOP RIGHT: Mr. Rhinehart finds it difficult to teach with intruders in the room. 

BOTTOM LEFT: Jennifer Nebbeling studies her Algebra I. 

BOTTOM MIDDLE: While not spending all her time teaching math, you’ll find Mrs. Kube 
talking on the phone. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: Chad Boley, Jason Shannon, and Rich Miller discuss the elusive study 
of numbers. 




In a survey of 125 students Algebra II ranked number one as the most 
difficult course they've taken in High School: 

2nd place Biology 
3rd place Chemistry 








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Headed by Mike Brown, the Science department 
is well equipt with experienced teachers such as 
Jim Logan, Jeff Newmeister, Paul Flynn, Glendena 
Heiman and Brad Merrick. 

Courses of study for freshmen and sophomores 
are general science I and II, as well as biology. 
Juniors and seniors can choose from chemistry, 
biology, health II, fitness and wellness, and for 
those science whizzes, physics. 

The science department has added a new 
laserdisc player and salt water aquarium, to further 
educate students in the realm of science. 



WKIIIM 








TOP LEFT: Lucas Hunt and Jarod McClurg look a little puzzled as 
to what they're supposed to be doing. 

MIDDLE LEFT: Kelly Mangels, Shanna Haugland and Courtney 
Gilkison work together on their general science lab. 

MIDDLE RIGHT: Stacey Henzen works on her Biology Lab. 
BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Brown's desk is testimony to his hardwork. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: Kathy Looney tries out her science project. 





Driver's Education is probably the class 
most underclassmen can't wait to take. 

The demand for this class is so high 
because students are not able to get their 
driver's license until after completing a 
driver's education course. Mr. Ken 
Nevenhoven teaches all the classes both in 
the classroom and on the road. One day 
per cycle the students get behind the wheel 
and try to stay clear of any traffic violations. 
This year the students got new textbooks 
as well as two new cars, when in the 
previous years we’ve had them loaned to 
the school. Hopefully all the students will 
take Mr. Nevenhoven's advice and "Drive to 
survive." 




ABOVE: Rick Foster prepares for on-the -road driving instruction 
with Mr. Nevenhoven in the background (hidden). 




The Vocational Agriculture 

program is chaired by Keith 
Benjamin and taught by Janet 
Steffensmeirer. These classes 
help students learn in such 
areas as agriculture, 
horticulture, Farm Management, 
and related courses. 

This year, advances in 
technology have modernized 
the courses, better preparing 
students for these dynamic 
fields, so vital to our 
understanding of just where our 
food comes from. 




RIGHT: Jamie Wilson and Tony Schneckloth display 
their FFA projects for the youngins. 

MIDDLE: Michelle Kaufman, Tony Schneckloth, Dave 
Klindt, Randy Hamann, and Matt Oliver pose for a 
photograph for FFA. 









Industrial Arts department chair is Keith Benjamin. 

Jack Dudley and Harvey Perrine work together with 
Benjamin to make this department as up to date as possible. 
The courses available for freshman and sophomores are 
manufactuming technology, communication technology, 
energy/power/transportation, construction technology, metal 
workingl, woodworkingl and drafting I. 

As far as courses for juniors and seniors, all of the above 
programs are available, plus automotive mechanics, 
automotive maintenance, archittectural drafting, machine 
drafting, carpentry, power technology, woodworking II, 
metal working II. 

So if you enjoy constuction, destruction, or want to gain 
some practical knowledge that few teenagers have, try one 
of these courses. 





TOP LEFT: Josh Younkin and Jason Goetsch 
demonstrate cooperation. 

MIDDLE RIGHT: Eric Mohr uses safety 
precautions while working. 

MIDDLE CENTER: Jeremy Frieden is 
surrounded by the tools of metal working. 
MIDDLE LEFT: Eddie Kame works on the drill 
press. 

BOTTOM CENTER: David Klindt works on his 
Industrial Arts project. 







P.E. - The Balanced Approach 

Headed by veteran Linda Noble, the 
Physical Education Department offers a 
wide variety of activities for the student 
body ranging from archery to volleyball. 

Long time teachers Deb Menke and 
Aaron Van Dyke along with newcomers 
Denny Johnson and Wendy White try to 
give P.E. students a balanced approach 
towards fitness. 







Top Far Right: Eric Payne gets ready for the return as 
Mike Curran serves the ball over the net. 

Top Mid Right: Carrie Gronewold shows nice form, in P.E. 
volleyball. 

Middle Left: Jeff Cordts serves the ball while Bill 
Brockmann and Clint Christopher watch. 

Above: Mr. Brent Buttjer rallies his team in 7th hour 
Medicine Ball. 

Right: Tara Buzzell prepares to deliver a powerful hit in 
pickleball. 











ASK MOST people what their favorite hour of the day is, and they'll 
probably tell you study hall. Most students have one, and most wish 
they had more. However, what you do with study hall does not always 
have something to do with studying (at least for those who are in open). 
And when open gets too noisy, you can always go to the library for a 
quiet place to think. 

IN FACT the library is also a great place to research anything you 
may be interested in. New computer systems make finding information 
easier and quicker. Info-Trac, or TOM, gives a complete listing of 
magazine articles on nearly any subject. The new CD-ROM computer 
is an encyclopedia with a monitor. Easy to use, this system can give 
you a print-out of whatever topic you want. The newest addition to the 
library is the check-out computer. Automatic record keeping and 
speedy check-out's make this an appreciaed addition. In future years, 
we may see the entire card catalog system on computer. 






FROM TOP LEFT: No 

better place to read than 
the library, as you see here 
with Brandy Nass. 

Seventh hour study hall 
takes time out of studyihng, 
to pose for the picture. 
Ashley Crow surprisingly 
looks up as she works on 
the computer. Mrs. Young 
getting in the festive 
Christmas mood, cutting 
out decorations. 



FROM TOP 
RIGHT: Amy 

Kuhl is helping 
Lisa Holden 
with her 
homework as 
Shannon Hans 
looks on. Mark 
Harvey takes in 
a little nap 
before his next 
hour class. 



Here's how high school students in 
the United States and Japan spend 
their time, in hours per week. 





US 


JAPAN 


STUDYING 


3.8 


19.0 


READING 


1.6 


3.3 










NORTH SCOTT 

GIRLS 

GOTO 

STATE 



"What a year! What started out being a rebuilding year ended in a state tournament 
appearance," replied Coach Johnson. 

"I'm not sure where to begin. So many positive things happened this year, but let’s start with 
our pitchers. Kerri Brehmer and Lisa Holden performed remarkably and we played as tough a 
schedule as ever. We've never played as many top ten or top twenty clubs as this year. Behind the 
plate. Shannon Hans came on and has done a nice job. When you lose all your pitchers and catchers 
in one year, it takes time for the players to get to know each other and gel. I credit the seniors- 
Tenley Murphy, Pam Dalton and Missy McCaughey— they made it easy for the youngsters to fit in, 
and that's not always the case. " 

"Sarah Kirby had never played an inning of varsity ball before and played extremely well in 
right field. And Lori Osterberg, even though she's a freshman, can hardly be called a youngster 
anymore. She had a great (state) tournament team. She comes to play every game and did a lot of 
nice things." 

"There were 12 kids on the roster and every one contributed in different ways. Lea Twigg 
led the team in hitting with a cast on her hand for a month, and led the state in hits and batting 
average (86, .538). We had the third highest batting average among state tournament teams and 
played our toughest schedule." 



TOP LEFT: 

Kerri Brehemer 
fires one of her 
famous pitches 
toward her 
opponents. TOP 
MIDDLE: 

Dawn Strobbe 
sprints to first 
after hitting a 
successful bunt 
up at state. TOP 
RIGHT: Lori 
Osterberg 
demonstrates 
her run-hit 
technique. 



1991 ALL-STATE TEAMS 


Pam Dalton 


Honorable 




OVERALL 




Mention 


Lori Osterberg 


2nd Team 






Tenley Murphy 


3rd Team 




CLASS 2 A 


Lea Twigg 


4th Team 


Lori Osterberg 


2nd Team 


Kerri Brehmer 


Special 


Tenley Murphy 


2nd Team 




Mention 


Lea Twigg 


3rd Team 


Rachel Horsley 


Honorable 








Mention 







E 3 




Varsity GiiT's Softball Team. Front Row: Heather Reedy, Amber Pewe, 
Shannon Hans, Lisa Holden, Sara Kirby, Lori Osterberg, Lea Twigg, Jill Hyer, 
Amy Tubbs. Back Row: Coach Bob Rhinehart, 'Kerri - Brehemer, Pam Dalton, 
Missy McCaughey, Tenley Murphy, Rachel Horsley, Dawn Strobbe, Carrie 
Gronewald, Head Coach Dennies Johnson. 












1991 GAMES RESULTS 
RECORD 45-1 1 



NS 11, 13 


Maquoketa 2, 1 


NS 12, 12 


Dubuque Wahlert 3, 0 


NS 3 


Columbus Junction 2 


NS 12 


Dubuque Senior 5 


NS 2 


Burlington 7 


NS 7,6 


Iowa City High 3, 5 


NS 15, 10 


Durant 1 , 0 


NS 8, 10 


Burlington 1, 3 


NS 6 


North Polk 3 


NS 4 


Pleasantville 1 


NS 13 


Coon -Rapids 1 


NS 4, 8 


Davenport West 3, 0 


NS 10, 12 


Dav. Assumption 3, 0 


NS 7 


Nevada 1 


NS 2 


Ankeny 5 


NS 3 


Ames 2 


NS 1 


S.E. Polk 0 


NS 5,0 


Muscatine 4, 3 


NS 5,3 


Davenport Central 10, 2 


NS 10 


Mt. Pleasant 2 


NS 6, 8 


Bettendorf 2, 0 


NS 3 


Des Moines Valley 5 


NS 5 


Des Moines East 4 


NS 0 


Columbus Junction 1 


NS 3 


Pella Christian 2 


NS 15, 3 


Pleasant Valley 5, 7 


NS 7,7 


Davenjxjrt North 3, 1 


NS 3, 3 


Linn-Mar 0, 5 


NS 10, 11 


Clinton 2, 1 


NS 12, 13 


Calamus Wheatland 0, 1 



SECTIONALS: NS 7 Davenport North 1 
NS 4 Bettendorf 3 

CHAMPIONSHIP: NS 2 Dav. Central 3 (11 in) 
DISTRICT: NS 1 2 Pleasant Valley 0 (3) 

NS 6 Davenport Central 5 
REGIONAL FINAL: NS 7 C.R. Regis 1 
STATE TOURNAMENT: NS 0 Ankeny 4 

NS 5 Orient Macksburg 0 
NS 1 Riceville 2 
NS 8 Ogden 0 



The Lady Lancers had lost only to the championship team (Ankeny) and 
the winner of the consolation bracket (Riceville). In the four games they 
played at state opponents scored only six r uns against the Lancers , and four 
of those runs were by Ankeny in the opening round. Brehmer, who was 
named the team's Most Improved player, allowed just eight baserunners in 
her final two games and Holden allowed only one against Ogden. 

"Mike Henderson (IGHSAU Public Relations Director) told me after 
seeing North Scott play two innings that they would win the hustle and 
attitude award, and that was quite a compliment I'm coaching a class bunch 
of kids. Coaching isn't fun, it is work, but a group like this makes it 
somsomething special,” said Mr. Johnson. 



TOP RIGHT: 

Coach Johnson 
keeps the umps in 
line, while on the 
road to state. 
MIDDLE: The 
1991 girls softball 
team gathers 
around for a 
group picture at 
state. AT FAR 
LEFT: Kerri 
Brehmer fires a 
pitch across home 
plate. NEAR 
LEFT: Rachel 
Horsley stretches 
off first for a play 
from shortstop, 
Tenley Murphy. 



" What a year! 
What started out 
being a rebuilding 
year ended in a 
state tournament 
appearance,” 
replied Coach 



ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM: 

Lori Osttrberg 



Coach Johnson 
selected to 
coach All- Star 
game! 






All- 
Academic 
MAC 

Conference 

Eric Heiker 
Ron Knoche 



'These kids did 
as well as they 
could under the 
circumstances. 
Changing 
coaches in mid- 
season and losing 
your No. 1 
pitcher at the 
same time is 
tough." -Kielkopf 



HOEKSEMA RESIGNS 

The Lancers started the 1991 summer season 2-8 under third- 
year head coach Tom Hoeksema. After his sudden resignation 
due to health problems, the Lancers went 12-16 under interim 
head coach Mike Kielkopf, a North Scott English teacher, to 
finish with an overall maiic of 14-24. The Lancers finished 3-15 
in the MAC. Star pitcher Jeff Johannsen injured his arm and did 
not pitch in the last 28 games. A disappointing 17-10 loss to 
Bettendorf in the district tournament ended the season. 




Front Row: Tony Willie, David Schnorrenberg, Eric Jens, Aaron Peshek, 
Josh Younkin, Brad Carsten, Dan Allison, Chad Jens. 

Middle Row: Dave Mess, Corey Yetter, Billy Kearney, Kori Jorgensen, Hans 
Krueger, Eric Heiker, Ryan Klinkrodt. 

Back Row: Assistant Coach Dan Kell, Ron Knoche, Brad Van Pelt, Eric 
Schryver, Ryan lossi, Matt Koenen, Jeff Johannsen. 



[lA t l! 




Most Valuable Plaver- 
Brad Van Pelt 
Mr. Team Spirit- 
Dave Mess 

Most Improved Plaver- 

Kori Jorgensen 




Above: Third baseman Matt Koenen fields and fires 
to first base. 



SEASON HIGHLIGHT - Trailing 6-1 in the 
bottom of the sixth, the Lancers rallied to 
beat FV 8-7. Keys to the comeback were 
Hans Krueger's 3-run homer and Ron 
Knoche's seventh-inning relief pitching. 





low. City High 13. North Scon 12 
low* City High 6, North Scott 5 
Ple**anl Valley 5, North Scott 2 
North Scotl 14, Pleasant Valley 6 
Calamua 5. North Scott 4 
North Scotl 4, Calamua 3 
Burlington 4, North Scotl 2 
Burlington 12, North Scon 6 
Davenport Weat 10, North Scotl 0 
Davenport Weat 15, North Scott 1 



Aiaumplion 9, North Scotl 2 
Assumption 16, North Scot! 1 
North Scon 14, DeWitt 2 
North Scotl 12, DeWiu 6 
Camanchc 5, North Scott 0 
Preston 15, North Scotl 14 
Muscarine 1 2, North Scotl 2 
North Scott 7, Muscatine 5 
Davenport Central 4, North Scott 1 
Central 22, North Scott 2 
North Scotl 5, Durant 3 
North Scott 4, Bettendorf 2 
Bettendorf 4, North Scott 1 
North Scott 7, Durant 6 
North Scott 8, Sterling Newman 7 
North Scotl 17, Newman 12 
North Scott 8, Pleasant Valley 7 
Pleasant Valley 10, North Scott 3 
North Scotl 7, Sterling Newman 6 
North Scotl 9, Sterling Newman 2 
Davenport North 11, North Scott 5 
Davenport North 11, North Scott 1 
Clinton 8, North Scotl 0 
Clinton 9, North Scott 2 
North Scott 5, Maquoketa 0 
Maquoketa 5, North Scott 4 

Dialrfcl iQjinumtnl 

Bettendorf 17, North Scott 10 

Final Record : 14-24 Overall 

3-15 MAC (10th) 



Lancers 




Top Right: Billy Kearney checks his coach for a 
sign. 

Above: Hans Krueger delivers a pitch. 



All-MAC Second Team — Jeff Johannsen 






SOPHOMORE 



Split Season for Lancers 

The Lancer Sophomore baseball team had a split season with the final record 
at 16 and 16. The team felt a little inconsistency early in the season, but that changed 
by the end of the season. Some of the players felt that their most successful game of 
the season was against West. 

"I really enjoyed playing with the more experienced players. I thought that 
we had a successful season!" said second baseman, T.J. Case. 



Most 

Valuable 

Player 



Josh 

Younkin 




The Sophomore Baseball team is: 

Front Row: Rick Warren, Jeff Claeys, Jarod Powell, T.J. Case. 

Row 2: Luke Smith, Matt Goodwin, Jon Nevenhoven, Joe 
Schoenthaler, Aaron Uitenbroek, Eric Jens, Chad Jens. 

Top Row: Kyle Golinghorst, Cory Krukow, Josh Younkin, Eric Risius, 
James Suiter, Matt Akers, Eddie Kane. 




BASEBALL &SOFTBALL 

^One thing I liked about 
the sophomore baseball 
season was that Mr. Miller 
taught me the sunflower 
seed spitting trick. 

-- Cory Krukow 




Date 


Opponent 


NS/OPP 


6-4 


Muscatine 


5-7, 12-2 


6-8 


Clear Creek 


14-2 




Dav. Central 


5-1 




Ml Pleasant 


17-0 


6-11 


Bettendorf 


10-0,18-0 


6-13 


Burlington 


5-6, 3-1 


6-15 


DeWitt 


12-0 




P.V. 


16-4 




Durant 


12-0 


6-17 


West 


10-0,11-1 


6-18 


Keokuk 


6-4 




Col. Jcl 


9-10 




Durant 


27-1 


6-20 


Assumption 


12-0,13-1 


6-24 


DeWitt 


11-0,14-2 


6-25 


Durant 


W,W (Fft) 


6-27 


Dav. Central 


15-5,10-0 


7-2 


I.C. High 


5-1, 10-0 


7-5 


Mid-Prairie 


14-2 




Fairfield 


14-0 




Washington 


14-2 


7-8 


P.V. 


13-1,11-4 


7-11 


Dav. North 


22-0, 13-1 


7-12 


DeWitt 


6-3, 12-0 


7-15 


Clinton 


21-0,12-0 



1st - ML Pleasant Tourney 
1st - North Scott Tourney 



Final Record: 
OVERALL: 35-3 
LEAGUE: 7-2 

Final League Standing: 
2ND 




The 1991 Sophomore Softball team is: Rowl: Laura Oliver, Tara Buzzell, 
Aimee Tubbs, Melissa Towers, Spring Brooks, Jill Hyer, Jessica Graham. 

Row 2: Coach Nancy Shannon, Shelli Musal, Heather Gress, Carrie Gronewold 
Jenny Keppy, Kristen Horn, Kelly Roberts and Coach Wendy White. 



Busy Season 
Proves 
Successful 

The sophomore Lady 
Lancer softball team had 
a very successful and 
busy season. In the final 
league standings they 
finished second and 
overall the Lady Lancers 
had a 35-3 record. The 
games against Burlington 
seemed to be the closest 
battles of the season. The 
first game Burlington 
won 6 to 5 but the 
Lancers were able to win 
the second, 3 to 1. The 
sophomore softball team 
seemed to have 
impressive tournament 
results. They finished 
first in both the Mount 
Pleasant tournament and 
the North Scott 
tournament. 






RECORD 

BREAKERS 

Ryan Fier - 110 meter 
high hurdles 
Ben Cawiezell - 1 10 
meter high hurdles 
(freshmen level) 




Front: Colby Laughhunn, Eric Jons, Dan Marti, Glenn Armstrong, Ben Cawiezell, Daryl Gerardy, 
Paul Marlin, Ryan Fier, Mitch Sutherland. 

Row 2: Mark Strobbe, Alex Payne, Jeff Keppy, Ron Knoche, Jerry Willis, Mike Banks, Jeremy 
Cordts, Eric Payne, Jon Lange, Brad Carsten. 

Row 3: Nate Carr, Stewart Stender, Tony Meyer, Jeff Abbott, T. J. Case, Heath Pacha, Layne 
Marti, Matt Goodwin, Luke Smith, Jennifer McGimpsey (trainer). 

Row 4: Chad Jens, Steve Parrot, Scott Gall, Brad Tuftee, Cory Krukow, Scott Brunson, Barry 
Croft, Terry Lassiter, Carter Davis, Nicole Siem (manager). 

Back: Joe Nichols, Coach Aaron Van Dyke, Coach Bernie Peeters, Coach Jeff Kane, Head 
Coach Deac Ryan. 



SEASON PROVES 
PRODUCTIVE 

The 1991 Lancers boys track team, led 
by '91 graduate Ryan Fier, had a very 
productive season. 

Fier established meet recoreds at the 
Prairie Relays in Cedar Rapids in the 1 10 meter 
high hurdles (14.80), breaking a mark that had 
stood since 1973, and at the Muskie Relays with 
a 14.66, which also set a North Scott record. 

The old school mark, held by Tim Carter, had 
stood for a decade. 

"For me it was a great season,” said 
assistant coach Bernie Peeters. "I’ve had super 
athletes in my areas who have been very 
successful." 

Other top performers were ’91 
graduates Tony Meyer in the high jump, Glenn 
Armstrong in the 100 meter and long jump. 
Carter Davis in the shot and discus, Jeff Keppy 
and senior Mike Banks in the 3200 meter, and 
senior Dan Marti in the low hurdles. 

Also making big contributions were ’91 
graduates Layne Marti, Jeff Abbott, Brad 
Carsten, Ron Knoche, Jon Lange, Joe Nichols 
and Jerry Willis. 

The Lancers finished fourth in the 
MAC indoor meet behind Davenport Central, 
Burlington and Muscatine. 




Won - Triangular with 

PV/Dewitt - both Varsity & 
F/S 

3rd - Bettendorf Relays 

(highest finish in this meet) 
2nd - JV - Muscatine Relays - 
4th - 9th grade at Relays 
3rd - Quad at Clinton - Varsity 
JV finish 2nd 
Champions - Saber Relays 
5th - Lancer Relays 
Champions - 9/10 at Saber 
Relays 

3rd - Prairie Relays - Varsity 
Champions - 9/10 Prairie 
Relays 

3rd - Muscatine Relays - 
Varsity 

3rd - 9/10 - Muscatine Relays 
3rd - Pleasant Valley Relays 
(9/10) 

1st - Triangular meet at 
Muscatine 

Champions - 9th - Lancer 
Relays 

6th - MAC - Conference 
Outdoor meet - Varsity 
4th - MAC - Conference - 9/10 



We really had 
an excellent 
group . . . who 
provided great 
leadership.^ 

—head coach 
Deac Ryan 



Left: Ben Cawiezell gets a 

good workout on the Lancers' 
all-weather track. 

Below: Jerry Willis hurdles. 



E3 





MAC INDOOR 
Varsity 6th 
Sophomore 8th 

TRI W/ CENTRAL/PV 
2nd 

MUSCATINE INV. 
Varsity 4th 
Junior Varsity 2nd 

TRI W/WEST/NORTH 

1st 

CEDAR RAPIDS 
RELAYS 
Varsity 7th 
Junior Varsity 3rd 

LINN-MAR RELAYS 
Varsity 1st 
Junior Varsity 2nd 

F/S LANCER RELAYS 
5th 

DUB. HEMPSTEAD 
RELAYS 
6th 

CLINTON RELAYS 
Varsity 4th 
Junior Varsity 13th 

DRAKE RELAYS 
4x400 Team 20th overall 

LANCER RELAYS 
Cancelled 

F/S SABER RELAYS 
6th 

DISTRICTS 

8th 

MAC OUTDOOR 
Varsity 4th 
Sophomore 8th 




Front: Jenny Burmeister, Crystal McPhail, Lisa Gries, Tara Handel, Lisa Gradin. 
Row 2: Stacy West, Christie Horsely, Gina Warner, Aimee Tubbs, Melissa 
Blanche, Alisa Ulloa, Kerri Gall. 

Row 3: Holly Wuestenberg (manager), Stephanie Goodrich, Teresa Boedeker, 
Tricia Graham, Jenny Rock, Amy Paulsen, Cheryl Claussen, Megan Arensdorf, 
Amber Rindler, Kelli Ferguson, Audra Madden, Kristen Horn, Stacey Henzen 
(manager). 

Row 4: Bobbi Healer, Pam Dalton. 

Row 5: Teresa West, Dorothy Armstrong. 



Most Improved 
Track Athlete 




Most Valuable 
Track Athlete 

1991 


Stacey West 




Tricia Graham 



G 
I 

R 
L 
S 

TRACK 






Up and Down 

Season 

It was an up-and-down 
spring for the ’91 Lancers’ girls track 
team. Several individuals enjoyed 
some excellent performances. 

One of the team highlights 
was North Scott's first place finish at 
the Linn-Mar Relays in Cedar Rapids 
on April 16. 

"Stephanie Goodrich and 
Tricia Graham had good nights and 
Dorothy Armstrong did, too," said 
head coach Steve Schroeder. 

Another season highlight was 
the appearance of five North Scott 
girls in the Drake Relays in Des 
Moines on April 26-27. Qualifying in 
the 4x400 meter relay were Steph 
Goodrich, Amy Paulsen, Christie 
Horsely, Tricia Graham and Kelli 
Ferguson. 



Above: Graduate Lisa Gradin works on her form on 
the low hurdles for the North Scott girls track team. 
Far Left: Bobbi Heater tosses the shot. 

Below: Amber Rindler throws the discus. 




Tricia Graham 






SCOREBOARD 




4/5 Pleasant Valley 0-3 
4/16 Dav. North 3-0 
4/19 C.R. Kennedy 2-4 
4/22 Dav. Central 0-1 
4/25 Dubuque 1-1 
4/30 Burlington 12-0 
5/2 Bettendorf 0-2 
5/6 Dubuque 1-1 
5/23 Muscatine 4-5 
5/24 Clinton 2-1 
5/10 West 2-2 
5/16 Regis 2-0 
FINISHED FOURTH IN 
MUSCATINE 
TOURNAMENT 




FRONT ROW: Kendra Ganzer, Jacque Hammes, Lily Auliff, Mary Pat Hovey, 
Shelly McPhail, Nikki Lung, Jodi Farrey, Jodee Gehrls, Rachel Hedquist, Jenny 
Nelson, Leeann Shellady, Heidi Lung. TOP ROW: Assistant Coach Brockage, 
Tiffanie Beeman, Rachel Ganzer, Taga Dumerauf, Shawnee Kingsley, Elena 
Diveley, Zestee Zimpleman, Brandi Albers, Anne Wittkowski, Leighanne 
Carroll, Kim Doerscher, Linda Bloomer, Becky Quinn, Amy Engler, Kristina 
Welte, Dina teDuits, Coach Gordon Krueger. 




ROOKIE 
OF THE YEAR: 

NIKKI LUNG 



"The '91 team was better than 
the record indicates. We 
outplayed the majority of our 
opponents but, unfortunately, 
had trouble scoring until late in 
the season." - Head Coach 
Gordon Krueger 



TOP: Anne Wittkowski and Lily Auliff try to 
set the ball up for a goal. 

BOTTOM LEFT: Jenny Nelson gets ready 
to take a shot at the goal. BOTTOM RIGHT: 
Zestee Zimpleman battles for the ball. 



THE GIRLS SOCCER team kicked 
off its practice season on March 5, 1991. 
Three weeks later the Lancers played their 
first match. 

The girl’s soccer skills did improve 
through the course of the season. And 
although the girl’s didn’t have a winning 
season, they played hard. 

Perhaps the highlight of the season was 
a 12-0 victory over Burlington on April 30. 
In that match, North Scott set school 
records for the most goals in a match and 
the largest margin of victory. 

Late in the season. Head Coach Gordon 
Krueger said he saw consistency building 
in a pair of ties against Dubuque and 
Davenport WesL 







ONLY FOUR SENIORS were on the roster for the 1991 
North Scott boys soccer team, but despite the rebuilding job, the team 
had built a 7-7-3 record late in the season. 

That included a late season run in which the Lancers set a 
school record with six consecutive wins. 

Hans Krueger, only a junior, tied the school mark for goals in 
a career (22) in a 3-1 win over Davenport Assumption on May 7. The 
record was established by Chris Nevenhoven. 

Others who played well for Coach Matt Miller's squad were 
Jason Brandon, Greg Quinn, Ron Zimmer, Jim Hill and Reid Koberg. 





SCOREBOARD 



NS 1 


PV 1 


NS 0 


CENTRAL 3 


NS 0 


NORTH 0 


NS 1 


WEST 1 


NS 7 


SOLON 1 


NS 0 


BETTENDORF 3 


NS 0 


C.R. JEFF. 5 


NS 0 


MUSCATINE 4 


NS 4 


BURL ND 1 R. 


NS 2 


BURLINGTON 0 R. 


NS 1 


CLINTON MD 0 


NS 3 


ASSUM. 1 


NS 3 


C.R. PRAIRIE 0 


NS 2 


ASSUM. 0 


NS 0 


BETTENDORF 5 


NS 0 


I.C. HIGH 2 


NS 0 


COU. BLUFFS 3 


NS 2 


CLINTON MD 0 


NS 0 


C.R. KENNEDY 2 


NS 1 


NORTH 2 


NS 1 


CLINTON 1 



OVERALL RECORD: 8-9-4 
CONFERENCE: 1-3-4 




SEASON 

HIGHLIGHT 

Hans 

Krueger 

All-time 

Scoring 

Leader 



FRONT: Ron Zimmer, Jim Hill, Jeff Cordts, Scott Madden, Jerry Tobin, Marty Lillis, 
Hans Krueger, Eric Koberg, John Peterson. BACK: Coach Brian VanderVinne, 
Matt Weibel, David Klindt, Greg Quinn, Rob Hovey, Tyler Schmidt, Blake 
Hamann, Reid Koberg, Martin Menke, Kerry McFate, Jon Nevenhoven, Jason 
McKinney, Scott Demartelaere, Jason Brandon, Coach Matt Miller. 







" Overall we 
played consistent 
soccer. We tied 4 
times which kept 
us from getting 
our 3rd straight 
winning season," 
said Coach Miller. 



MIDDLE RIGHT: Scott Demartelaere gives instructions to his teammates. 
BOTTOM LEFT: Eric Koberg helps Scott Madden practice his foot technique. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: Martin Menke practices dribbling the soccer ball in the new gym. 








" OUR PROGRAM must be improving, " said Head 
Coach John Hawley, because at Camanche we played our 
worst tennis of the year and still won more medals than we 
ever have." 

Pacing the girls team all spring were seniors Tenley 
Murphy and Traci Hutson. At the Camanche Invitational, 
where the Lancers finished fourth, the two teamed to finish 
third in the No. 1 doubles competition. 

Murphy finished second in the No. 1 singles event 
while Hutson took third in the No. 6 singles. 




FRONT ROW: Konni Cawiezell, Nichole Ash, Stephanie Klocksiem, Karen 
Olson, Amy Kuhl, Ann Schmidt, Kim Lorenzen, Gretchen Hoyt, Cathy Roesler, 
Kelli Hammes. BACK ROW: Coach John Hawley, Katey Straley, Tara Evrard, 
Tami Schwarz, Traci Hutson, Tenley Murphy, Tracy Diercks, Karly Klocksiem, 
Jennifer Johannsen, Roxanne Mess, Rachael Armstrong, Allison Hamilton, 
Stephanie Risius. 



MOST IMPROUED 




KAREN OLSON AND 


PLAYER 




RACHAEL ARMSTRONG 


KATEY STRALEY 




NEUER LOST R MATCH 





MIDDLE LEFT: The 1991 Girls 
Tennis team. MIDDLE RIGHT: 
Tracy Diercks gets in position 
to hit the ball. BOTTOM 
LEFT: Cathy Roesler works on 
perfecting her serve. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: Tenley 
Murphy and Traci Hutson 
shake hands with their 
opponents after a doubles 
match. 



SCOREBOARD 


NS 3 


NORTH 6 


NS 5 


ASSUMPTION 4 


NS 4 


MAQUOKETA 5 


NS 0 


MUSCATINE 9 


NS 3 


PV 6 


NS 2 


CAMANCHE 7 


NS 0 


CLINTON 9 


NS 0 


BETTENDORF 9 


NS 5 


CENTRAL 4 


NS 8 


WEST 1 


NS 4 


BURLINGTON 5 


FINAL RECORD 3-8 



" Our girls have 
shown a great deal of 
Improvement. We 
were just 2 

tiebreakers away from 
a 5-6 record. I had a 
very enjoyable year 
coaching them," said 
Coach Hawley. 






SCOREBOARD 



NORTH SCOTT BOYS 
TENNIS TEAM 
1991 TEAM RECORD 5-5 
OVERALL 



4-4 IN CONFERENCE 



NS 


1 


CAMANCHE 8 


NS 


9 


GENESEO 0 


NS 


8 


DAV. NORTH 1 


NS 


2 


P.V. 7 


NS 


1 


BETTENDORF 8 


NS 


5 


MUSCATINE 4 


NS 


4 


DAV. WEST 5 


NS 


5 


CLINTON 4 


NS 


6 


ASSUMPTION 3 


NS 


1 


DAV. CENTRAL 8 



ANDY LAAKE & CHRIS 
BOWSER WHO PLAYED #3 
DOUBLES FOR THE 
LANCERS WERE 
UNDEFEATED DURING 
CONFERENCE PLAY 

2 DOUBLES TEAMS 
REACHED SEMI-FINALS AT 
DISTRICTS 





FRONT ROW! Drew Anderson, Rich Learn, Kris Dinusson, Channing Reynolds, 
Phil Langan. BACK ROW: Jamie Pieper, Randy Riewerts, Andy Laake, Nate 
Uitenbroek, Jake Vollbeer. 



B T 
O E 
Y N 
S N 
I 
S 

91 



ONCE AGAIN this spring the North Scott boys tennis team was led by a new 
coach. The new head man was Mark Wriedt. 

Under Wriedt's direction, the Lancers opened the season with a win over 
Davenport North and went on to set several North Scott records, including a first- 
ever 9-0 victory over Geneseo. 

The Lancer team was led by Ryan Riewerts, Phillip Langan, Kori Jorgensen, 
Chris Bowser, Randy Riewerts and Drew Anderson. 

"We had a good season but it could have been better," said No. 1 singles player 
Ryan Riewerts. 

Jorgensen and Ryan Riewerts and Phil Langan at No. 2. 

No. 3 varsity doubles was played by Chris Bowser and Andy Laake. They had 
an undefeated record in conference play. 

The Lancers finished the season with a 5-5 dual meet record. 




TOP: Chris Bowser goes for 
a tough shot. MIDDLE 
LEFT: Returning lettermen: 
Ryan Riewerts, Kori 
Jorgensen, Chris Bowser, 
and Phil Langan. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Ryan Riewerts 
practices his forehand. 
BOTTOM LEFT: Kori 
Jorgensen works on his 
stroke at tennis practice. 




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BOYS 




GOLF 



North Scott Boys' Golf Team Takes MAC Championship! 

The 1991 North Scott boys golf team had a historic season highlighted by the Mississippi 
Athletic Conference victory at Palmer Hills in Bettendorf. North Scott shot a two-round total of 660 
to slip past Bettendorf's 662 to win the title. It marked the first time in North Scott’s 14-years in the 
MAC that a Lancers’ boys varsity team won a championship. To be the first North Scott boys team 
to win a MAC title was something special for Coach Randy Denner. 

All the Lancers played well. Along with Cory Olson, Jake Vollbeer and Nate Uitenbroek’s 
scores, Andy Laake finished with an 84 while Kirk Golinghorst came in at 93, all fine scores, Denner 
said, considering the windy conditions. 









SCOREBOARD 


8/26 


Dav. West (203) 
Pleasant Valley (231) 


North Scott (216) 


8/29 


Dav. North (164) 
Muscatine (154) 


North Scott (152) 


9/12 


Dav. West (153) 


North Scott (156) 


9/16 


Bettendorf (155) 


North Scott ( 1 63) 


9/19 


Dub. Wahlert (163) 
Dav. Central (1 55) . 

Dav. North (1b6) 
Clinton (153) 

Pleasant Valley (224) 
Dub. Senior (231) 
Muscatine (172) 
Clinton (17l) 
Muscatine (168) 


North Scott (153) 


9/23 


North Scott (159) 


9/25 


North Scott (231) 


9/26 


North Scott (166) 


10/1 


North Scott (164) 


10/3 

10/10 


Dav. Assumption (156) 
Bettendorf (10 1/2) 


North Scott 158) 

North Scott (7)(Match Play) 




Pleasant Valley (6 1/2) 



















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Top Left: Jason Shannon picks up his golf clubs and goes to the next hole. 

Top Middle: The 1 991 Boys’ Golf Team is Row 1 : Pat Burke, Mike Parker, Kris Duetmeyer, Jerry Tobin, 
Mark Andresen, Jason Shannon, John Hall, Coach Randy Denner. Row 2: Andy Laake, Kirk 
Golinghorst, Brian Andresen, Bill Andresen, Nate Uitenbroek, Cory Olson and Jake Vollbeer. 

Top Right: Andy Laake waits to see where the ball lands. 

Above Left: Kirk Golinghorst attempts a short putt. 

Above: Coach Randy Denner, Kirk Golinghorst, Jake Vollbeer, Andy Laake, Cory Olson, Nate 
Uitenbroek, Jerry Tobin, John Hall, Thane Lenig (partially hidden). 

Above Right: Jerry Tobin prevents Jake Vollbeer's putt from going in. 

Left: Thane Lenig concentrates. 




Golfers are 1st Lancer boys to wear MAC crown! 





Lady Golfers Hope For the Best 

North Scott’s girls' golf season was a very successful one with a very disappointing 
end. It was the second straight undefeated season for the lady golfers. The team has won its 
last 27 dual meets, dating back to a loss to Clinton on April 10, 1989. They cruised to a third 
straight Mississippi Athletic conference crown. In the conference the Lancers led Clinton by 
just one stroke after nine holes but Clinton's consistency was not enough to match the North 
Scott lady golfers. 

Lancer Coach Marcia Hartman quoted, "We have a number of promising players. 
Sarah Hotchkiss and Amy Shannon have both improved greatly from last year, and in addition 
we have two new players, Danielle Stender and Kim Wittkop who have been working hard 
and steadily improving." Mrs. Hartman also recognized Beth Bader and Dawn Frietag, who 
captured the two top spots with an 80 and 88 respectively, "we were hoping for the best," said 
Hartman. "Beth and Dawn both deserve to play in the state meet as they are two of the top 
golfers in Iowa. Unfortunately, only Beth advances." 

Bader made her third straight appearance at the state meet. She captured the 
individual championship in the 17-year-old division of the Iowa Junior Women's Open Golf 
Tournament. Beth shot an 86 the first day of play and an 81 to place 4th in 3 A and 7th 
overall. 



SEASON IN 
REVIEW 

Dual Meet Record: 9-0 
Conference Place: 1 st 
Sectional Place: 1st 
Regional Place: 4th 





State 

Tournament 

Atlantic Country Club 
June 3 & 4, 1991 

Beth Bader shot an 86 
(42-44) the first day of 
play and an 81 (40-41) to 
place 4th in 3A and 7th 
overall. 




9G0RBBQAEIB 



VARSITY MEET RESULTS 
April 8 



DeWitt 


239 


North Scott 193 


April 15 
Assumption 


235 


212 


April 16 
Bettendorf 


224 


198 


April 18 
North 


250 


201 


April 26 
Clinton 


202 


201 


May 1 
Central 


284 


204 


May 7 
West 


277 


190 


May 10 
Muscatine 


233 


194 


May 14 
P.V. 


206 


182 



TOURNAMENT RESULTS 
Lancer Invitational: 

3rd Place (208-198) 412 

Dubuque Invitational: 

4th Place 202 (only 9 holes) 

MAC Conference: 

1st Place (196-181) 377 

Sectionals 

1st Place (186-201) 387 

Regionals: 

4th Place (190-205) 395 






Boys 




CROSS 

coujsmy 



FIRST YEAR coach Dan OTlahrity was at the helm of a very young Boys Cross 
Country team this year. The team consisted of ten members; two seniors, two juniors, two 
sophomores, and four freshmen. 

" As a coach, I was very pleased with the way our year went. Obviously you 
always want to finish higher, but the younger kids found out what it takes to be successful 
in our conference and district.” O'Flahrity said. 

The Lancers ended their season with a tenth place finish at districts, which isn't 
that bad considering it was probably the strongest district in the state. 

With only two seniors leaving the Boys Cross Country team looks to be a team of 
the future. 

" We have the majority of our squad back next year and with hard work we should 
be a better team,” OTlahrity said. 





FRONT ROW: Eric Payne, Ryan Bare, Chris Carstens, Nick Kalainoff, Alex 
Payne. BACK ROW: Coach Dan O'Flahrity, Jeff Cordts, Mike Banks, Ryan 
Riewerts. 



CAPTAIN 



TOP RIGHT: Mike 
Banks runs side by 
side with his 
opponent. 

MIDDLE LEFT: 
Colby Laughunn 
picks up the pace as 
he nears the finish 
line. MIDDLE 
RIGHT: Chris 
Carstens turns the 
corner to stay on 
track. BOTTOM 
LEFT: The Boys 
Cross Country team 
prepares for a meet. 



SCOREBOARD 

Aug. 29 C.R. Praire 5th 
Sept. 3 Tipton 3rd 
Sept. 12 C.R. Kennedy 9th 
Sept. 14 Luther College 6th 
Sept. 17 Maquoketa 9th 
Sept. 24 Muscatine 4th 
Oct. 1 Clinton 2nd 
Oct. 5 Clinton Inv. 3rd 
Oct. 10 DeWitt 3rd 
Oct. 17 MAC Conference 3rd 
Oct. 24 Districts 10th 



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MVP 

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THE NORTH SCOTT girls’ cross country team had only three returning varsity 
runners. They finished fifth in the Mac. The lady runners strived for consistency all season. 

In the Class 3 A district meet at Muscatine the Lancers were paced by junior Audra Madden 
who finished 30th while freshmen Courtney Gilkison, who ran her best race, finished 32nd. 
Junior Jenny Rock and senior Steph Goodrich finished 38th and 40th respectively. 

" I felt Audra ran a very good race, " said Lancer coach Marcia Hartman. ” She's 
worked hard all season and I was happy to see her finish with a good run. Also, I would like 
to thank Steph Goodrich for the leadership she’s shown this season. I could always depend on 
her to give 100 percent in practices and meets, and it's nice to have runners like Stephanie to 
set a good example for the others. We will miss her next year and certainly wish her the best.” 




SCOREBOARD 

8- 29 C.R. PRAIRIE INV. 5th 

9- 3 TIPTON 4th 

9-12 C.R. KENNEDY 9th 
LUTHER 8th 
MAQUOKETA INV. 5th 

9- 24 MUSCATINE INV. 

11& 12 ONLY 9th 

10- 1 ASSUM./ CLINTON 3rd 

10-5 CLINTON INV. 13th 

10-10 SABER INV. 2nd 
MACCONF. 5th 
DISTRICTS 9th 

SPECIAL AWARDS: 

OUTSTANDING SENIOR: 
STEPH GOODRICH 

OUTSTANDING 
FRESHMAN: 
COURTNEY GILKISON 



GIRLS 

CROSS 

COUNTRY 




FRONT ROW: Amanda Orris, Gayla Musgrave, Christie 
Carstensen, Courtney Gilkison. BACK ROW: Coach 
Marcia Hartman, Stephanie Goodrich, Jenny Rock, Audra 
Madden. 



TOP RIGHT: Audra Madden races the 
clock to the finish line. BOTTOM LEFT: 
Stephanie Goodrich and Jenny Rock race 
together. BOTTOM RIGHT: Coach 
Hartman lends her advise to Gayla 
Musgrave. 









THE 1991 

VOLLEYBALL season 
was a very successful 
one. The members of 
this years team were a 
great group of young 
ladies to work with as 
well as good volleyball 
players. They were a 
dedicated group who 
had a "never say die" 
type attitude. That was 
never more evident than 
in our Regional Semi- 
final match against 
seventh ranked Cedar 
Rapids Jefferson. We 
came back to defeat 
Jefferson after being 
down two games to one. 

The Lancers were led 
by five seniors Kelli 
Ferguson, Tricia 
Graham, Cindy 
Loussaert, Tiffany Olson, 
and Dawn Strobbe. 

Beth Bader, another 
senior, was sidelined the 
entire season with a 
knee injury. These 
ladies worked hard and 
did a great job of helping 
the younger players. 



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"It was a real 
pleasure to 
work with the 1 5 
players which 
made up the 
1991 volleyball 
team, H says 
Linda Noble. 



FRONT row: Amy Kuhl, Mindy Spotts, Lisa Holden Heather Moore, Jody Farrey, 
Lea Twigg, Cindy Loussaert, Dawn Strobbe. BACK ROW: Assistant Coach Candy 
Chaussee, Beth Bader, Anne Wittkowski, Tiffany Olson, Tricia Graham, Alicia Dewey, 
Tonia Lenig, Kelli Ferguson, Carrie Gronewold, Head Coach Linda Noble. 



THE NORTH SCOTT girls varsity volleyball team was one game away from traveling the 
road to the State Volleyball Tournament in Cedar Rapids. The Lady Lancers were very 
successful in the MAC Conference with a third place finish of 7-2. They were undefeated in 
the Conference up until the last two games against Central and Clinton. The volleyball team 
never won a Saturday tournament but had a dream come true win over this years State 
Champions Dubuque Wahlert in the Cedar Falls Tournament. The Lancers played many 
matches that gained their confidence and experience they used to be very competitive in post 
season play. The Lady Lancers won the Distict Championship against North and played one of 
the most exciting volleyball matches ever seen in their season against Cedar Rapids Jefferson. 



VARSITY 

SEASONS SCORES 



Dubuqe Hempstead 


1-3 


Dubuque Senior 


3-1 


Burlington 


3-0 


Lancer Invitationals 


5-3 


Bettendorf 


3-2 


Assumption 


3-0 


Dubuque Wahlert 


4-7 


Muscatine 


3-1 


Cedar Falls Invitational 


2t4 


Davenport North 


3-1 


Davenport West 


3-1 


Pleasant Valley 


3-1 


Bettendorf Invitationals 


2-4 


Davenport Central 


0-3 


DISTRICTS 




Clinton 


2-3 


Camanche 


3-0 


Bettendorf 


3-2 


North 


3-0 


REGIONALS 




Cedar Rapids Jefferson 


3-2 


Clinton 


0-3 


OVERALL 7-2 





TOP LEFT: Tiffany Olson serves 
the ball over the net. MIDDLE: 
Cindy Loussaert drives for the ball 
while Lea Twigg backs her up. 
BOTTOM: Returning Lettermen: 
Cindy Loussaert, Dawn Strobbe, 
Kelli Ferguson, Tricia Graham, 
Beth Bader, and Tiffany Olson. 





SOPHOMORE UOLLEYBRLL 



NORTH SCOTT'S SOPHOMORE volleyball team finished the 1991 season with a 16-3-2 
overall mark and 8-1 Mississippi Athletic Conference record. The Lady Lancers shared the 
crown for MAC Championship with Clinton. 

"They were a great group of ladies that worked hard to earn their share of the MAC 
Conference Championship, " said Mr. Merrick. 





FRONT ROW L-R: Rachael Armstrong, Carrie Fitzgerald, Jill Hyer, Angie Schnorrenberg, Kelly Mangels, Aimee Tubbs, 
Renae Frye, Lori Osterberg. BACK ROW L-RMelissa Towers, Allison Hamilton, Kendra Gruntorad, Tara Buzzell, Tracy 
Diercks, Michelle Uzzo, Danelle Stender, Teresa Boedeker, Becky Quinn, Coach Brad Merrick. 



SOPHOMORE 

SCOREBOARD 



Dub. Senior 


2-0 


Dub. Hemp. 


1-2 


Burlington 


1-2 


Bettendorf 


2-1 


Assumption 


2-0 


Muscatine 


2-1 


Clinton Soph. 


Inv. 


Dav. Central 


2-0 


Bettendorf 


2-1 


C.R. Kennedy 


2-0 


P.V. 


2-0 


Clinton 


2-1 


Dav. North 


2-0 


Dav. West 


2-0 


P.V. 


2-0 


Dav. Central 


2-0 


North Scott Soph. Inv. 


Clinton 


1-1 


Muscatine 


1-1 


P.V. 


2-0 


Assumption 


2-0 


Dav. North 


0-2 


Clinton 


2-1 


OVERALL 


16-3-2 


MAC 


8-1-0 



FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL 

THE HIGHLIGHT of the freshman volleyball season was the 
first place finish at Williams Invitational. 

"Volleyball is a game of momentum. This was especially 
evident in the Williams Invitational. We got the momentum at several 
critical times in our games against Muscatine in the Semi-finals and 
Bettendorf in the Finals. It is a great tribute to this team to bring home 
the hardware." 

"We had many laughs together that even when we are older we 
will never forget. Everyone did a great job and contributed all they could 
for the team. We had many ups and downs this season but we know 
there are many more," replied Erin Siemsen. 




BACK ROW L-R: Alissa Oetzmann, Sara DeLuca, Deena Engelbrecht, 
Teisha Tuftee, Amanda Altenhofen, Katie Hulsen, Jodi Stipes, Coach 
Mary Goedken. FRONT ROW L-R: Jessica Graham, Kathy Looney, Erin 
Siemsen, Sarah Claeys, Ann Schwarz, Sherry Gerardy, Laura Oliver, 
Cora Ferris. 



FRESHMAN 


SCOREBOARD 


DeWitt 


1-2 


P.V. 


2-1 


Bettendorf 


1-2 


Assumption 


2-0 


Muscatine 


1-2 


Walcott 


1-3 


Williams Inv. 


1st 


Wood 


0-2 


Smart 


3-2 


Wilton 


3-3 


P.V. 


2-1 


Camanche 


1-2 


DeWitt 


2-0 


Clinton "Red- 


0-2 


Young 


3-0 


GAMES 


E 

o 

z 


31 


LOST 


23 


MATCHES 


1 0-7 


-4 






* 130 



SCOREBOARD 



8/31 


NS 3 


PV 14 


9/6 


NS 13 


NORTH 47 


9/13 


NS 7 


WEST 14 


9/20 


NS 7 


ASSUMPTION 47 


9/27 


NS 0 


CLINTON 42 


10/4 


NS 6 


MUSCATINE 9 


10/11 


NS 6 


BETTENDORF 48 


10/18 


NS 6 


CENTRAL 17 


10/25 


NS 7 


BURLINGTON 28 



THIS SEASON the North Scott varsity football team went 0-9 for the first 
time since 1986 and no one felt worse than coach Aaron Van Dyke. 

A major contributing factor to the losing season was the low number of 
students out for football. The team started the season with 28 varsity players, four of 
which were sophomores. By the end of the season the number of players dwindled to 
22 players dressed in uniform. 

Despite the losing season some individuals still had some record-setting 
performances in 1991. 

Senior Hans Krueger set both single season and career records for kick-off 
average, as he averaged 53.8 yards per kick-off this year and 50.2 yards for his career. 

The other Lancer record-breaker was senior kick-off returner Mike Griggs who 
finished his career with 823 yards on 34 returns. 

Krueger was the lone Lancer to make the first team all-conference list. He 
made the first team as a punter and the second team as a kicker. Sophomore wide 
receiver Daryl Gerardy and junior quarterback Josh Younkin joined Krueger on the 
second team, while seniors Terry Lassiter, Brad Van Pelt, and Chad Haedt made 
honorable mention as offensive guard, linebacker, and defensive back respectively. 

The 1991 season was the last season for coach Van Dyke at North Scott. After 
his resignation he said he plans to stay on as Physical Education teacher and looks to 
coach at a high school or small college in the future. Since taking the head football job 
at North Scott in 1985 he recorded 18 wins and 54 losses. 



BOTTOM ROW: Dave Mess, Cory Ferrel, Aaron Uitenbroek, John Lafferty, Chad Haedt, Hans Krueger, Dan Marti, Rick Warren, Daryl 
Gerardy. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Van Dyke, Coach Randy Brockage, Josh Younkin, Mike Griggs, Eric Heiker, Rob Agren, Barry Croft, 
Brad Tuftee, Mark Strobbe, Brad Van Pelt, Coach Brent Butjer, Coach Bill McDonald. TOP ROW: Coach Dean Birkhofer, Clint 
Christopher, Jason Moore, Riley Meyer, Mark Harvey, Blake Hamman, Terry Lassiter, Jason Strobehn, Eric Risius, Coach Steve Mohr. 



BOTTOM 

LEFT: 

Captains 

Terry 

Lassiter, 

Chad 

Haedt, 

and Brad 

Van Pelt 

prepare 

for the 

game. 

BOTTOM 

RIGHT: 

The 

Lancers 
huddle 
before a 
big game. 





Shortage Still Earns Victory 

The 1991-92 Sophomore Lancer Football team was led by Coach Andy 
Gray. Because of the shortage of varsity players, four sophomores were moved 
to the varsity team. Even without these players the sophomores still earned a 
victory. 

The freshman team, led by Clint Long and Dale Tuftee, accumulated 
the best record of the Lancer football teams, going 2-7. 





The 1991-92 Sophomore Football Team Is 

Bottom: Jason Stillwell, Darin Soerscher, Michael Pessman, Joe Dittmer, Jeremy Pessman, Shandon Peeters, Chad 
Keppy, Josh DePover. 

Middle: Corey Ramsey, Colin Davis, Cory Krukow, Scott Demartelaere, Jeremy Cordts, John Stahmer, Ben Cawiezell, 
Bob Willis. 

Top: Coach Andy Gray, Herb Sawyer, C.J. Gentz, Heath Pacha, Dan Davis, Eddie Marshall, Mike Mossage, Coach 
Ron Brown, Coach Dave Schlicting. 




The 1991-92 Freshman Football Team Is 

Bottom: Aaron Carlton, Lee Bockenfield, Craig Ward, Jason Krogman, Jeremy Frieden, Neal Keppy, Nealon Marti, Jason 
Marshall, Steve Springsteen, Manager Holli Sherwood. 

Middle: Jason Lafferty, Mike Pence, Zach Waters, Chad Boley, Cory Herman, Dan Rouse, Cory Englebrecht, Jason Parrett, 
Rick Foster, Coach Clint Long. 

Top: Harold Teagarden, Jason Goettsch, Lucas Hunt, Todd Hermsen, Brent Decker, Charles Cannaday, Terry Haase, 
Coach Dale Tuftee. 






TRAINERS 

"I enjoy working with kids, seeing someone return to competition after an 
injury, and our training room facilities." said Head Trainer Paul Flynn. 

For seven years he and his student trainers have seen everything from blisters 
and jammed fingers to an unconscious athlete. 

This years student trainers consist of two seniors; Pete Duytschaever and 
Jenny Felsman, one junior; Chrissy Costello, and a sophomore; Christie Spohn. 

At 3:15 everyday they are in the training room treating North Scott's athletes 
before practice. They also attend all games in case an injury would occur. This 
requires many long days and time away from families. But without the time and 
dedication of our training staff, North Scott would not have the successful athletic 
program that it has. 





TOP LEFT: Riley Meyer takes 
the pain as Mr. Flynn tapes his 
ankle. TOP RIGHT: Pete 
Duytschaever prepares Ann 
Wittkowski for practice. BOTTOM 
LEFT: Trainers L-R: Christie 
Spohn, Chrissy Costello, Jenny 
Felsman, Pete Duytschaever, 
Head Trainer Paul Flynn. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: Head Trainer 
Paul Flynn assists Lisa Holden. 



"The thing I liked most about 
being an athletic trainer the 
last 4 years was all the 
people I have been able to 
help, it's been a great 
experience." 

Senior Jenny Felsman 





132 





NonSchqol 



Satisfaction Outside of School 

There are several students that find enjoyment in several activities that the school cannot 
sponsor. 

Shawn Entsminger has been involved with Shuri-ryu Karate for 3 years. He became 
interested in Karate from a movie he had seen. Shawn competes in Keokuk, Iowa and has 
won numerous trophies. 

Teresa Looney has been participating for eleven years in Gymnastics. She has competed 
in several states such as Iowa City, Iowa; Omaho, Nebraska; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and 
Kansas City, Kansas. Teresa has many medals and trophies and qualified twice for the 
regional meet. 

“I got started in Gymastics by my mom because she signed me up for a local tumbling 
class,” said Looney. 

Bobbi Heater has competed in Karate (Shae-lin style) for about 10 years. She became 
interested in Karate by a demonstration at a local fitness center. Bobbi practices at 
Morrow’s Academy of Martial Arts in Moline, Illinois. Bobbi is a second degree Brown 
Belt and competes anywhere. She has also won several trophies and medals. 

Junior Mike Lambert has been involved with Ski Racing since he was 5 years old. He 
first got started when his Dad took him to Snowstar Ski Hill to learn to ski. He competes at 
Snowstar and has won 1st place in the Tight Shalom and 4th place in the Giant Shalom. 

Marc Orcutt has been involved in archery for about 5 to 6 years. He competes at the 
Bettendorf and Long Grove Archery Range. He was awarded 2nd place at an archery 
toumment. Marc is presently in a bow hunters league and competing against some of the 
best shooters in the country. He can hold his own with an average score of 439 points out 
of 528 pts. 528 points is a perfect score. 

Brent Decker and John Stahmer are both involved with water skiing. They started in 
their youth days and have been participating for 6 years. John and Brent have improved 
much with each outing. They compete on the Rock River and the Mississippi River. 

Randy White has been participating for 2 years in Drag Racing. He became interested in 
Drag Racing from his father. White Racing competes at Cordova, Illinios. Jeff Buzzell is 
one of the best pit men for White Racing. Randy has placed 7th in his class and qualified 
for Bracket Championship at Corvora Raceway. 



Gymnastics 

Karate 

Archery 

Skiing 

Drag Racing 
Equestrian 

Sports 




Above: Teresa Looney on the beam. 




Above: Tara Bellman and her horse. 
Right: The car. 



«White Racing 
is awesome.** 

-Jeff Buzzell and 
Randy White 



“I feel that everyone should learn to 
defend themselves, should the need arise. 
Karate develops strength, balance, 
coordination, and a disciplined mental 
attitude. It is an art for all ages.” 

-Shawn Entsminger 




f ■ ^ 



1 133 1 










Front Row left to right: Alisa Ulloa, Sarah Rashid, Page Lillis, 
Lisa Holden, Sara Kirby, Lori Osterberg. Second Row: 

Ashley Crow, Tricia Graham, Beth Bader, Amber Rindler, 
Tiffany Olson, Gretchen Hoyt. Third Row: Shelli Musal, Anne 
Wittkowski, Kristen Horn, Lea Twigg, Jenny Keppy, Kim 
Newmarch-manager. Fourth Row: Ass't Coach Dan 
O’Flahrity, Ass't Coach Randy Denner, Head Coach Bill McCoy. 



TOP LEFT: Beth Bader, 
Amber Rindler and Anne 
Wittkowski do a good job at 
defense. 

TOP RIGHT: Amber 
Rindler gets a good jump to 
tip the ball. 



MIDDLE RIGHT: 

The Lady Lancers 
cheer on their 
teammates as 
they stand and 
watch. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: 

Lori Osterberg 
puts up a shot just 
inside the three- 
point line. 



VARSITY SCOREBOARD 



NS 


71 


Keokuk 


67 


NS 


36 


Bettendorf 


73 


NS 


58 


Mt. Pleasant 


62 


NS 


43 


Clinton 


47 


NS 


54 


Dav. West 


45 


NS 


61 


Dav. North 


32 


NS 


47 


Clinton 


32 


NS 


52 


Muscatine 


63 


NS 


48 


Iowa City 


64 


NS 


56 


Pt. Valley 


43 


NS 


44 


Bettendorf 


58 


NS 


55 


Burlington 


57 


NS 


39 


Dav. Central 


33 (0) 


NS 


46 


Muscatine 


58 


NS 


43 


Dav. Assump 


70 


NS 


31 


Pt. Valley 


53 


NS 


48 


Central, Dewitt 39 


NS 


36 


Burlington 


57 




DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS 


NS 


30 


Bettendorf 
JUNIOR VARSITY 


51 


NS 


48 


Muscatine 


31 


NS 


51 


Muscatine 


40 



"The 1991-92 Varsity Girls Basketball Season was 
rough due to injury problems. With the loss of Beth 
Bader and Ashley Crow for most of the season the 
Lancer had to rely on young inexperienced players. 
Records sometimes do not tell the whole story as the 
varsity girls 7-12 record shows. Out of the 12 losses the 
Lady Lancers had 9 that came from teams rated in the 
top 16 in the state and out of their 7 wins two of the wins 
came from rated teams. In order to be the best you must 
play the best and that is what the Lady Lancers did." 

-Coach Bill McCoy 







SOPHOMORE GIRLS BASKETBAL L 



"THE INTANGIBLE ABOUT this team is that we never gave up. 
It didn't matter who or where we played, or what the score was, we played 
hard." That is what Coach Goedken had to say about this year's Sophomore 
Girls Basketball team. This year's team had an overall record of 1 1-7 and 
finished 8-6 in the MAC. Jill Hyer was the team leader in FG%, FT%, 
assists, and scoring, while Angie Schnorrenberg led the sophomores in 
rebounding, averaging nearly 6 rebounds per game. 



SOP HONORS 
S CORK BOARD 

Keokuk 43-35 
@Bett. 42-38 
@ Mt. Pleasant 

37-35 
@ Clinton 27-35 
@ Dav. West 66-27 
Clinton 41-32 
Muscatine 36-40 
@ Iowa City 46-40 
P.V. 65-35 
Bettendorf 35-52 
Burlington 51-43 
Dav. Central 51 -47 
@ Muscatine 26-46 
@ Assumption 

54-61 
@P.V. 41-31 

DeWitt 28-57 
@ Burlington 37-61 




COACH NEVENHOVEN LED the Freshman Girls 
Basketball team to an excellent record of 17-1. The freshmen's only 
loss was to Walcott by 5 points. To end the season, the freshmen took 
first place in the North Scott Tournament. Tough defense was the key 
this year as the Lancers allowed the opponents only 31 points per 
game. The leading scorer for this year's team was Tara Buzzell, who 
averaged nearly 16 points per game. The leading rebounder was 
Teisha Tuftee, who pulled down an average of nine rebounds per 
game. 



FRESHMAN 

SCORKBOARD 

J.B. Young 56-24 
Wood 43-21 
Williams 50-30 
Assumption 43-18 
Pleasant Valley 58-31 
Walcott 50-55 
Clinton Black 46-30 
Sudlow 43-37 
Muscatine 48-39 
Clinton Black 45-29 
Bettendorf Gold 43-34 
Bettendorf Black 51-35 

Leading Scorer— 

Tara Buzzell 
15.8 per game 
Leading Rebounder— 
Teisha Tuftee 
9.2 per game 



TOP LEFT: The referee watches closely as Tracy Dierks nearly steps out of bounds. TOP MIDDLE: 
The Sophomore Girls Basketball Team: Front L-R: Angie Schnorrenberg, Jill Hyer, Stacy West, 
Amy Rupe. Back L-R: Coach Mary Goedken, Jennifer Wilson, Danelle Stender, Kendra Gruntorad, 
Michelle Uzzo, Tracy Dierks, Aimee Tubbs, Becky Quinn, Connie Nellis, Coach Denise Greve. TOP 
RIGHT: Stacy West, Michelle Uzzo, and Angie Schnorrenberg display tough defense. CENTER: 
The Freshman Girls Basketball Team: Front L-R: Laura Oliver, Amber Pewe, Cora Ferris, Alissa 
Oetzmann, Erin Siemsen, Sara DeLuca, Ann Schwarz, Apryl Smith, Manager Lisa Christensen. 
BACK ROW L-R: Coach Ken Nevenhoven, Angi Rigby, Tara Buzzell, Teisha Tuftee, Kelly Mangels, 
Meagan Doonan, Angi Ragona, Leah Seifert. BOTTOM LEFT: Stacy West saves the ball while 
Aimee Tubbs calls for it. 









VARSITY BOYS 
BASKETBALL 



FRONT L-R: Chad Jens, Eric Jens, Aaron Uitenbroek, Chad Haedt, Jarod 
Powell, Josh Younkin, Jason Brandon, Kirk Golinghorst. BACK L-R: 
Managers: Renee Nestler, Steph Risius, Paul Ragona, Stewart Stender, Bill 
Brockmann, Todd Marquette, Jake Vollbeer, Coach Bob White, Asst Coach 
Jeff Lindaman. 



TOP MIDDLE: 

Chad Haedt looks 
for an open man. 

TOP RIGHT: 



THE VARSITY BOYS Basketball season was a very exciting 
and successful one. First year head coach Bob White was probably like 
any other coach starting out in the MAC Conference in adjusting to a new 
coaching position with his ideas combined with new players and their 
ideas of basketball. The highlight of the season was the two very close 
games against the number one ranked team in the state, Clinton. 

"The student body was SUPER! We appreciate their support and 
that has a great deal to do with the way we played," said Head Coach 
White. 



SCOREBOHRD 


Bettendorf 


56-77 


Mt. Pleasant 


50-75 


Dav. West 


45-42 


Dav. North 


60-70 


Clinton 


51-95 


Dixon, 111. 


58-46 


Muscatine 


65-57 


Rockridge, 111.51-41 


P.V. 


40-55 


Burlington 


58-48 


Dav. Central 


55-82 


Muscatine 


58-40 


Mt. Vernon 


52-57 


P.V. 


46-74 


Burlington 


59-64 


Bettendorf 


51-80 


Dav. Assump. 59-67 


Clinton 


64-78 


Clinton-District 53-71 


OVERALL 


6-13 


MACCONF. 4-10 
TIE FOR 6TH 



Stewart Stender 
tries for a deuce. 
MIDDLE LEFT: 
Josh Younkin gives 
up the 3 to pass to 
teammate Kirk 
Golinghorst. 
BOTTOM LEFT: 
The bench. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: 
Kirk Golinghorst 
and Jason 
Brandon apply 
their press. 



KIRK GOLINGHORST & JRSON BRANDON: 

HONORABLE MENTION 












TOP: Luke 
Smith and 
Eric Risius 
plan their 
attack. 



FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL: Front L-R: Managers Jessica Graham, 
Tony Rupe, Jay Nichols, Chad Boley, Ricky Foster, Jason Wilkins, Neal 
Keppy, Ryan Bare, Manager Shueree Leigh. Back L-R: Curt Bouril, Pat 
Burke, Tom Stauffer, Tom Brockhouse, Brian Laing, Terry Haase, Andy Smith, 
Jared McClurg, Cory Willie, Chad Keppy, Mitch Wylie, Cory Hermann. 





LEFT: Nate Carr shows 
his aggressiveness. TOP: 
T.J. Case and Eric Risius 
demonstrate defensive 
positon. 



SOPHOMORE BOYS BASKETBALL: Front L-R: Matt Goodwin, Jeremy 
Pessman, Luke Smith, T.J. Case, Michael Pessman, Paul Martin, Jason 
Shannon, Erick Graham. Back L-R: Head Coach John Hawley, Cory Krukow, 
Ben Cawiezell, Eric Risius, Steve Elvert, Dan Davis, Nate Carr, Kyle 
Golinghorst, Managers Jenny Johannsen, Mary Hovey, Trainer Christy Spohn. 



FRESHMAN 


SCOREBOARD 


Sudlow Jr. High 


71-61 


Assumption 


59-82 


Walcott Jr. High 


59-29 


J.B. Young 


60-32 


Muscatine 


51-33 


Clinton "Red" 


50-36 


Williams Jr. High 


54-50 


F.L. Smart 


71-27 


Assumption 


53-55 


Wood Jr. High 


80-44 


Pleasant Valley 


54-57 


DeWitt Jr. High 


75-56 


Bettendorf "Gold" 


82-61 


Muscatine 


53-65 


Clinton "Black" 


60-52 


Bettendorf "Black" 


55-52 


Bettendorf "Gold" 


66-44 


DeWitt Jr. High 


51-52 


OVERALL RECORD 13-5 



SOPHOMORE 

SCOREBOARD 



Bettendorf 


53-69 


@ Mt. Pleasant 


88-51 


Davenport West 


66-55 


@ North 


55-50 


@ Clinton 


53-47 


@ Dixon, IL 


6646 


Muscatine 


60-58 


Rockridge, IL 


57-32 


Pleasant Valley 


6049 


Burlington 


62-52 


@ Central 


5849 


@ Muscatine 


56-50 


Ml Vernon 


77-38 


@ Pleasant Valley 


70-53 


@ Burlington 


61-59 


@ Bettendorf 


64-66 


Assumption 


75-56 


Clinton 


68-57 



OVERALL RECORD 16-2 
2ND IN MAC 



See 
more 
pictures 
on page 
100 . 



FRESHMAN BOVS BRSKETBRLL 

" WE THINK THE record of 13-5 does 
not reflect our overall play throughout the season. 
We are probably one of the top contenders in our 
conference and have a ways to go before we are 
going to master our skills. Our season in 
perspective was hampered by the devastating losses 
of Jay Nichols and Ryan Bare. We also had a 
streak of minor injuries. Despite this factor we 
continued to play together and avoided the 
turbulance that other teams get involved in. 

This team has great talent but the lack of 
concentration and execution of offense showed 
throughout the season. Overall our season was 
good but still disappointing. Next season we hope 
to be back healthy and ready to win the MAC 
conference. " — Jared McClurg & Terry Haase 



SOPHOMORE BOVS BRSKETBRLL 

"THE SOPHOMORE SQUAD had a tremendous 
year, although we finished just 2 points from our #1 goal-to win 
the MAC. We had excellent team chemistry and we played 
quality basketball all season long. 

We started the season with a loss to Bettendorf and 
didn't lose again for 2 months and 1 week. We trailed Bettendorf 
by one game all season until they finally lost in late January 
creating a two way tie and set up a conference championship 
showdown at Bettendorf. We played very well but came up 2 
points short and finished 2nd place. 

It was a joy to be a part of this team this year. They 
worked very hard and showed a great deal of improvement 
throughout the year. I will be eager to see how they do in the 
future.- — Coach John Hawley 



□ 





It was a real challenge for the Varsity wrestlers to 
win matches this year. Because they were unable to fill 
four weights, they automatically lost 24 points every 
time they took the mat. Despite not winning many 
matches, some individuals turned out fine seasons. 
Barame Osothsongkroh placed 1st in the districts and 
after beating Zoom Bui of Indiamola 10-5, he becmae 
the first North Scott junior to ever win a match at State 
in class 3A competition. Along with Barame's 
outstanding effort, North Scott also a had 5 wrestlers 
place 3rd at disticts and 1 place fourth. Coach Jeff 
Newmeister commends the wrestlers on their season 
and described them as a "good group of hard working 
individuals. 



VARSITY LETTERWINNERS 

103 Nate Noel (18-8) 3rd district 

112 Nate Henningsen (11-15) 

119 Jeff Claeys (22-10-1) 3rd district 

125 Hiram Heysinger (22-6) 3rd 

district 

130 Brad Rathjen (17-16-1) 3rd district 

1 35 Barame Osothsongkroh (1 2-5-1 ) 

152 Jason Stillwell (3-16) 

160 Clint Christopher (17-15-1) 3rd 

district 

171 Kris Stoker (2-12) 

HWT Jason Strohbehn (5-19) 4th 





VARSITY FRONT ROW Left to Right: Brad Rathjen, Shane Reed, Nate 
Henningsen, Heath Hengle, Casey KEIIy, Jason Beardsley. 

SECOND ROW: Clint Maher, Jeff Claeys, Barame Osothsongkroh, 
Hiram Heysinger, Clint Christopher, Jason Strohbehn, Kris Stoker. 

THIRD ROW: Coaches Jeff Kean, Jeff Newmeister, Clint Long. 




SOPHOMORE FRONT ROW: Nate Noel, Pat O’Connor, Mike Santee, Dustin 
Henningsen. SECOND ROW: Coach Jeff Kean, manager Robyn Harms, Jerr 
Shaver, Jason Stillwell, Andy Straley, Amy Paulsen. 




FRESHMAN FRONT ROW: Chad Metcalf, Aaron Carlton, Eric Mohr, Chris 
Carstens, Brent Decker, Damien Koehn, Nealon Marti. 

SECOND ROW: Jason Krogman, Charles Cannaday, Zach Waters, Mike 
Pence, Jeremy Schaack, Jason Parret, Coach Clint Long. 

TOP MIDDLE: Jeff Claeys anxiously 
awiats his next victim. 

FAR LEFT: Clint Christopher 
successfully wins his match for North 
Scott. 

MIDDLE LEFT: Brad Rathjen struggles 
to get a point from his opponent. 

RIGHT: Nate Henningsen plans on a 
reversal to escape 








swwniNa 




BOTTOM LEFT: Kirk 
Moeller demonstrates the 
spread eagle technique. 






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TOP: Andi Sharp dives 
for a good start. TOP 
LEFT: Kirk and Mike 
swim 100 yards. TOP 
MIDDLE: The guys pose 
for a picture. TOP 
RIGHT: Mike Griggs, 
Coach John Frieden, 
Shawn Dassie, Justin 
Lane, Kirk Moeller. 
MIDDLE LEFT: Andi 
Sharp prepares to dive. 
MIDDLE: FRONT: Andi 
Sharp, Andy Bosworth. 
BACK: Kirk Moeller, Chris 
Bosworth, Mike Griggs. 

THE PLEASANT VALLEY/North Scott boys 
swim team had a tremendous season, ending the year with a 
perfect record of 9*0. Mike Griggs, who won the 100 
butterfly and the 50 freestyle at districts, captured 3rd in 
both events at the state meeL Kirk Moeller claimed the 200 
freestyle title and 3rd in the 50 butterfly at districts, and 
went on to state to place 17th and 7th respectively. Mike 
and Kirk combined with two Pleasant Valley swimmers for 
the 400 freestyle relay, which placed 5th at state, and 
clearly captured state championship in the 200 freestyle 
relay. These four swimmers broke the state record of 
1:27.94 by almost a full second, touching the wall in 
1:26.81. 

The girls swim team had a great season as well. 
Sophomore Andi Sharp was the only girl to participate in 
the cooperative swim program, and she added a lot to the 
team. Her performance at districts, claiming two 3rd and 
two 2nd place Finishes, qualified her for the slate meet She 
finished 12th in the 100 butterfly and 13th in the 200 
freestyle relay. 








FECIAL OLYMPIC. 



IT WAS A busy year for the Special Olympians. 
They participated in such events as soccer, basketball, and 
volleyball. The basketball team won the district and went to 
the state tournament at the University of Iowa. They also 
took part in the Special Olympic Winter Games in Dubuque, 
and this summer they will compete in the Summer Games 
which will be held at the North Scott track. 

This year’s participants were Jess Pajunen, Tom 
Welch, Kevin Petersen, Todd Medd, Cory McNally, Eric 
Vetter, Beth Martzahn, Michelle Bulington, Rob LaRoque, 
Jon Filson, Jay Kahley, and Tracy Retzel. 





TOP: Todd Medd smiles while jogging. MIDDLE RIGHT: 
Eric Vetter long jumps. MIDDLE: The Special Olympians 
and their parents. MIDDLE LEFT: Jess Pajunon gives it 
his all in the 400 meter run. MIDDLE LOWER RIGHT: 
Cory McAnally throws the disc at the District track meet. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: Kevin Petersen prepares to go downhill. 
BOTTOM MIDDLE: Tom Welch looks happy to be on the 
slopes. BOTTOM LEFT: Rob LaRoque, Tom Welch, Beth 
Martzahn, and Rich Colling display their medals. 









Dance 





TeAm 



Left: The Dance Team 
members are Front Row: 

Cathy Roesler, Taga 
Dumerauf, Wendy Skadal, 

Stacy Coverdill, Kris Kiefer, 

Sally Donabauer, Kari Hill, Niki Farrey. Back Row: Megan 
Arensdorf, Sarah Rashid, Amy Rupe, Shawnee Kingsley, 
Renee Nestler, Melinda Lau, Brandy O'Boyle, Melanie 
Coverdill and Susan Tapper. 

Below Left: The Silver Shakers give the crowd something 
to cheer about at the Homecoming game. 




Left: 

Melinda Lau, 
Cathy Roes- 
ler and Kris- 
tina Kiefer 
stretch be- 
fore prac- 
tice. 

Below: The 

dance team 
displays 
their ribbons 
at State 
competition. 



Silver Shakers 
Shake It Up 

North Scott’s dance team, The Silver 
Shakers, had a very fulfilling year. This 
year they performed for such events as a 
boys' basketball game, a Thunder basket- 
ball game, pep auds, and the Homecoming 
football game. At the Homecoming game 
on October 1 1th, they performed a dance 
which they took to the Iowa State Drill 
Team Contest in Cedar Rapids. At the 
contest they also competed in the light and 
pon dance categories. In all three dances 
they received division one ratings. 

The dance team, funded by the Boosters, 
were led by first year cheerleading coaches 
Toni Menard and Melissa Brimeyer. The 
choreographing was done by Stacey 
Coverdill, Renee Nestler and Sally 
Donabauer, with help form the coaches. 



This year's dance team 
was a lot of fun. We did 
very well at State, there was 
very tough competition. 

— Sarah Rashid 










Cheering for Self-Satisfaction 

With plenty of Lancer-style cheering experience, Toni Manor takes over Head Cheerleading 
Coach with a new point system and great ideas. Manor was a 1985 graduate of North Scott and 
was Assistant Cheerleading Coach last year. Assistant Coach Melissa Brimeyer also cheered at 
North Scott. They have similar ideas and goals about the new cheerleading program. 

M I am really excited about how the program has blossomed this year. All the cheerleaders 
deserve a lot of credit for all their hard work and dedication, "expresses Assitant Coach Brimeyer. 

Coach Manor comments, "I think cheerleading is such a challenge because we dont't have 
'titles' or league championship to strive for. Our main reward is simply hearing compliments from 
our peers, teachers, players and community." 




The 1991 Varsity Fall Cheerleaders are Melissa Blanche, 
Rachel Hedquist, Dina teDuits, Jenny Stockstill, Sara 
Brockhouse, Wendy Skadal, Sue Hamilton, Susan Tapper, 
Taga Dumerauf, Shawnee Kingsley, and Wendy Patzer. 




The Sophomore Fall Cheerleaders are Merry Hanna, Kiki Farrey, 
Jamie Holdorf, Angie Melcher, Rebecca Dierks, Melanie Coverdill, 
Brandy O'Boyle, Kari Hill and Debbie Glanz. 




The 1991 Freshman Fall Cheerleaders are Gail 
Peshek, Kelly Brennan, Molly Kiefer, Tracy Hawker, 

Kelly Campbell, Sarah Lindle, Jessica Kuehner and Jill 
LaFrenz. 

Above: Melissa Blanche, Steph Goodrich, Susan Tapper and 
Tammy Stolpe fire up the wrestlers. 








Below: Waiting for the football players to come 
through the sign. 

Left: The Freshman Winter Cheerleaders are Molly 
Kiefer, Lynette Shirley, Julie Swarts, Michelle Venker, 
Andrea Lee, Jamie Clark, Amy Martin, Michelle 
Orcutt, Kelly Brennan. 






Left: The 
Sophomore 
Winter Cheer- 
leaders are 
Niki Farrey, 
Rebecca 
Dierks, Melanie 
Coverdill, 

Carrie Fitzger- 
ald, Angie Mel- 
cher, Brandy 
O'Boyle, Kari 
Hill, Jamie Hol- 
dorf, Ann 
Naeckel and 
Sally 

Donabauer. 





Left: The Varsity Winter Cheerleaders are Tammy Stolpe, Kris Kiefer, Ann 
Schmidt, Rachael Hedquist, Cathy Roesler, Sara Brockhouse, Wendy Skadal, Sue 
Hamilton, Susan Tapper, Jody Farrey, Jenny Stockstill, Melissa Blanche, Steph 
Goodrich, Taga Dumerauf, Wendy Patzer. 

Above: The cheerleaders fire up the school for the big game. 









RETURNING LETTERMEN FOR SPRING OF 1992 

GIRLS TRACK: Front L-R: Dorothy Armstrong, Megan Arensdorf, Kelli Ferguson, Tracy Payton. Back L-R: Stacy West, 
Teresa Boedeker, Tricia Graham, Alisa Ulloa, Teresa West. BOYS TENNIS: Nate Uitenbroek, Philip Langan, Kori 
Jorgensen. BOYS TRACK: Front L-R: Mike Banks, Dan Marti, Terry Lassiter, Stewart Stender. Back L-R: Luke Smith, 
Paul Martin, Eric Payne, Ben Cawiezell. GIRLS TENNIS: Tami Schwarz, Konni Cawiezell, Stephanie Risius, Nichole 
Ash. GIRLS SOFTBALL: Front L-R: Shannon Hans, Jill Hyer, Lisa Holden, Dawn Strobbe, Carrie Gronewold, Amber 
Pewe. Back L-R: Kerri Brehmer, Lori Osterberg, Lea Twigg, Sara Kirby, Rachel Horsely. BOYS BASEBALL: Front L-R: 
Dave Mess, Cristian Carlton, Aaron Peshek. Back L-R: Tony Willie, Kori Jorgensen, Billy Kearney. BOYS SOCCER: Jon 
Nevenhoven, Reid Koberg, Martin Menke, Jason Brandon, John Hall, Greg Quinn, Eric Koberg. GIRLS GOLF: Tonia 
Lenig, Dawn Freitag, Beth Bader. 

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Aimee: 

I wanted a daughter who was 
intelligent, considerate, 
thoughtful and beautiful inside 
and out I wanted a daughter with 
whom to share laughter, joy, 
tears and togetherness. I wanted a 
daughter whom I could be very 
proud of... That is exactly what I 
got in you! 



Love, 

Mom 




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Aimee Cousino 
Class of '92 
Ofgrth Scott SfS. 



Congratulations, Melinda! 

We wish you dreams come 
true, warm memories and lasting 
happiness! 



With all our love, 
Mom, Dad and Charlie 




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Melinda Lau 
Class of '92 
9{prth Scott SlS. 



Congratulations, Phillip! 

You are a blessing to us, and 
we're very proud of you. The 
future is yours, and whatever 
challenges you select we wish 
you luck and pledge our support 
You can DO IT. You can make a 
difference. 



Love, 

Mom, Dad and Eric 




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Phillip Langan 
Class of '92 
Mgrth Scott SdS. 



Congratulations, Zestee 



We are all so proud of you. 
You have become a beautiful 
person, inside and out All your 
hard work has really paid off. 
You will truly succeed in all 
you do. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Brandy, Bekka, 
Ben, Chester and Dudley 



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Zestee Zimpleman 
Class of '92 
9{grth Scott JlS. 




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Congratulations, Phil! 

Ever since you were four years 
old and (very diplomatically) got 
what you wanted by saying, "That 
would be good for me," we knew 
you were going to get where you 
wanted to go. We've always been 
proud of you. God Bless you! 

Love, 

Grandma & Grandpa Langan 




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Phillip Langan 
Class of 92 
Sjgrth Scott SlS. 






Julie Boley, 

God gave us the best in you. 

You have far exceeded our 
hopes and dreams. May your 
future be everything you wish 
for and more. 




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We love you! 

Mom, Dad and Chad 



Julie Poley 
Class of '92 
Slgrth Scott JlS. 







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Congratulations, Shauna B! 

Through the worst and best of 
times you’ve hung in there to 
reach this graduation milestone. 
This accomplishment is only one 
of many for which you have 
made us proud. May your future 
hold only bright and shiny 
moments as you move toward 
your life’s ambition. 

Love, 

Batsons and Schultes 




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Sfiauna ‘Batson 
Class of '92 
Ofprth Scott SlS. 






Dear Jennie, 

There's no limit to what we can 
dream, no end to what we can do 
if we just believe we can! 

God be with you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad & Laura 

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Jennie Scfinoor 
Class of 92 
Sjortfi Scott SlS. 



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Karri, 

We are certainly blessed to 
have you as our daughter. 

We are proud of you and your 
accomplishments. 

May the future hold only 
happiness for you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




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‘Karri (Pacha 
Class of '92 
Korth Scott SlS. 






Congratulations, Cindy! 

We are proud of you . You are 
a beautiful young lady with so 
much to offer your family and 
community. 

God loves you and so do we. 

Be true to yourself! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 




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Cindy Loussaert 
Class of '92 
Kgrtfi Scott JlS. 




Congratulations, Dawn! 



You have made us all very 
proud! 

Good luck at the University of 
Missouri! Your goals are good 
ones. We will support you all the 
way in whatever you do. 

God be with you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad & Tim 



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(Dazim Jreitag 
Class of 92 
Kprtf. Scott SlS. 









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While we travel on life’s highway, we pass many 
points of interest, both locally and abroad. In these 
three pages we’ll look at what has been going on in 
the world, and right next door, while we studied for 
the last tests and did our final bit of homework for 
the 1991-1992 school year. For those of us who are 
graduating, this dynamic and eventful world is now a 
much more real thing in our lives than in years past. 
We see the importance of taking responsibility for 
ourselves and expect the same of our neighbors. We 
see a world which is being swept with democratic 
reform. This is evident in the changes in the once 
mighty Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, now the 
Commonwealth of Independent States. Capitalism, 
freedom, and peace seem almost within reach. Yet 
still we are plagued with the old problems, of war, 
environmental damage and disease. Revolution in 
Yugoslavia, ozone depletion, overflowing landfills, 
crimes, drugs, and the ever expanding threat of 
AIDS. So we face the problems of the past, dealing 
with them now, and hopefully resolving them in the 
future. 



TOP 

INTERNATIONAL 

1. Breakup of the 
Soviet Union 

2. Hostage Releases 

3. Ozone depletion 

4. Middle East Peace 
Talks 

5. Revolution in Ex- 
Communist Nations 



VITAL 

STATISTICS 



North Scott District enrollment: 2,900 H. S. enrollment: 81 1 
First Day of School: Aug. 2, 1 991 Last Day of School: June 
5, 1992 School Board President: JoAnne Hammes 
Superintendent: Pat DeLuca H.S. Principal: Linda McClurg 



TOP NATIONAL 

1. Recession 

2. Election Year Politics 

3. Sexual Harassment 

4. Trial Watches 

5. Check Bouncing in 
Congress 




Above: The Recession hit hard at home. 
To the left: The fall of Communism was a 
major story in the year 1991. 

Moments to Remember 

Homecoming: Oct. 11-12 
Theme: Lancer Olympics 
Game: Fri., Oct. 11. 

Bettendorf 48, N.S. 6 
Dance: Sat., Oct. 12. 

Theme: Love of a Lifetime 
Queen: Julie Boley 
B.C.: Sat., March 14. 

Theme: Open Arms. 

King: Cristian Carlton 
Prom: Sat., May 2, Palmer Aud. 
Graduation: Sunday, May 31, 1992 












TOP 5 LOCAL STORIES 

1. RIVERBO AT GAMBLING 

2. IOWA TRUST FUND 
SCANDAL 

3. LANDFILL ISSUES 

4. MURDERED BABIES 

5. RECYCLING 










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Thinking 

If you think you are beaten, you are. 

If you think you dare not, you don't. 

If you'd like to win but you think you can't, 
It's almost a cinch you won't. 

If you think you'll lose, you're lost. 

For out of the world we find 
Success begins with a person's will — 

It's all in the state of mind. 

If you think you're outclassed, you are; 

You've got to think high to rise; 

You've got to be sure of yourself before 
You can ever win a prize. 

Life's battle doesn't always go 

To the stronger, faster woman or man. 
But sooner or later the person who wins 
Is the one who thinks they can. 

— author unknown 




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Top: The 1992 B.C. court consisted of Fred McFate, Paul 
Ragona, Jake Vollbeer, Kirk Golinghorst, Matt Koenen, King 
Cristian Carlton, Brian Wallis, Mike Griggs, Chad Haedt and 
Randy White. Escorting this elite group was Stephanie 
Goodrich, Tricia Graham, Dawn Frietag, Ashley Crow, Tiffany 
Olson, Zestee Zimpleman, Amber Rindler, Tracy Coulter, Alisa 
Ulloa and Melinda Lau. 

Middle Left: 1991 B.C. King Larry Thein wishes he was taller 
as he places the crown on Cristian's royal head. Julie Boley 
shows her enthusiasm while Zestee Zimpleman is too excited 
to watch. 

Middle Center: Matt Koenen shows us his G.Q. style. 

Middle Right: Cristian receives congratulations from his court, 
including Kirk Golinghorst, Chad Haedt, Matt Koenen and Mike 
Griggs, while Ashley Crow applauses the new king. 

Left: Randy White concentrates while Melinda Lau enjoys 
being his escort. 

Right: The flowergirl and crownbearer lead the way for the 
Top Ten. 









TOP: These sophomores look for dates to 
fill their open arms: Hiram Heysinger, 
Jason Stillwell, Nate Noel, Jason 
Shannon, Andy Straley, Mike Santee and 
Jerr Shaver. 

ABOVE: Nate Uitenbroek squeezes 
Dawn Strobbe with all his might. 

ABOVE RIGHT: Nate Carr and Neva 
Hoffman enjoy themselves at the dance. 
RIGHT: Amy Manley, Sarah Rashid, 

Tricia Graham teach Megan Arensdorf, 
Amy Paulsen and Jennifer Wilson how to 
dance. 



Over 350 students awaited B.C. '92 with 
"Open Arms." The excitement began on Friday, 
March 6, with the announcement of this year’s 
Top Ten. Voting for the king to be a lucky day 
for Cristian Carlton, as he was crowned by the 
previous king, Larry Thein. 

The big day started out early for several 
seniors who trumed the pit into a spectacular 
dance floor filled with purple, black and silver. 
After about six hours of work, you wouldn't 
believe it was our own gym. 

After dining with their date, couples started to 
roll in around 8:00. After dancing to some music 
from 97x, Cristian Carlton and his court were 
announced. The theme song, "Open Arms" by 
Journey, was then played for the Top Ten and 
their parents. 

Couples captured the essence of the evening 
through photographs from Big Ed's. Everyone 
had a great time at Bachelor Capture and the 
night ended safely for all North Scott students. 









Student Index 



A 



Agren , Kellie 


42,84,86 


Agren , Rob 26,32,74,75,130 


Ahrens , Eddie 


50 


Akers , Matt 


42,117 


Akers , Steph 


42 


Allison , Daniel 


26,116 


Altenhofen , Amanda.. 


58,84, 


86,87,129 


Amhof , Lindsay 50,84,86,87,95 


Anderson , Drew 


.42,84,86,87, 


90,123 


Anderson , Wade 


26,74 


Anderson , Andrea 


58,88 


Andresen , Bill 


88,124 


Andresen , Brian 


42,124 


Andresen , Mark 


...50,100,124 


Aney , Niki 


50 


Arensdorf , Megan 


.... 6,50,119, 


141,144 


Armstrong , Dorothy... 


26,28, 


80,88,119,122,144 


Armstrong , Racheal .. 


50,129 


Armstrong , Todd 


58 


Arnold , Josh 


58,76,77 


Ash . Nichole 26.78,120,144 


Ash , Tara 


58 



B 



B.C 170,171 

Bader, Beth 26,72,125,128, 

134,144 



Baetke , Lysa 50 

Ball , Heather 50 

Banks , Mike 26,1 18,126,144 

Barber , Greg 42 

Bare , Ryan 57,58,137 

Barenthin , Robert 50 

Batson , Shauna 26,80 

Bealer , Mike ...42 

Beard , Shawn 26 

Beardsley , Jason 37,40,138 

Beeman , Tiffanie 4,50,120 

Behne , Desiree 42,70,88 

Bell , Justin 50 

Bellman , Tara 26,72,84,86,87, 

95,133 

Berglund , Melissa 58 

Berodt , Rachel 26,74,80,162 

Berodt , Sarah 58 

Betts , Ken 26,84,86,87 

Betts , Ryan 50,84,86,87 

Bierman , Justin 58,84,86,87,93 

Birtell , Jenny ....26,78,84,86,88,89, 



90,91,98 

Blanche , Melissa 42,48,78,82, 

112,119,142,143 

Block , Charlie 50,84,86,87 

Blodig , Ryan 42,84,86,87,90 

Bochart , Stacey 42,78,88,91,95 

Bockenfeld , Lee 58,131 

Boedeker , Teresa 50,70,88,89, 

119,129,144 

Boley , Julia 4,7,8,15,26,70,71, 

78,103,162 

Boley .Chad 4,58,106,137 

Bopp , Kathy 42,88,91,95,99 

Bormann , Clint 7,26,36,74,75 



Boston , Michelle 86,87 

Bosworth , Chris 26,138 

Bosworth , Andy 58,138 

Bouril , Curt 58,137 

Bowmer , Jon 58,84,86,88,90 

Boyle , Andrew 50 

Bradley , Adrienne 58,84,86 

Bradshaw , Chris 50,84,86,88,95 

Brandon , Jason 42,121,136,144 

Brandt , Donna 58 

Brase , Michelle 58 

Brehmer , Jodi 26 

Brehmer , Kerri 42, 1 1 4, 1 1 5, 1 44 

Brennan , Kelly 58,88,142,143 

Briggs , Spring 50 

Brockhouse , Sara ....14,42,86,143, 
142 

Brockhouse , Tom 58,137 

Brockmann , Anne 26,32,70, 

74,78,79,81 

Brockmann , Bill 42,70,110,136 

Brooks , Spring 50,80,117 

Brown , Don ...42 

Brown , Melissa 26,84,86,162 

Brus , Andy 42,84,86,87 

Buckley , Erica 58,80,88 

Bulin , Lori 26,88,103 

Bulington , Michelle 42 

Burke , Pat 124,137 

Burmeister , Darin 58 

Burroughs , Andrea 27 

Busch , Danielle... 50 

Bush , Erin 50 

Buzzell , Jeff 27 

Buzzell , Tara 57,58,71,110,117, 

129,135 



Calvert , Mandy. 42 

Campbell , Gregg 9,50,88,89,90, 

91,93,98 

Campbell , Kelly 58,88,98,142 

Cannaday , Charles 58,131,138 

Carlton , Cristian ....1 1,27,37,86,87, 
144 

Carlton , Nate 42,84,86,87 

Carlton , Aaron 58,84,86,87, 

131,138 

Carnahan , Wendy... 42,88 

Carr, Nate 50,112,118,137 

Carroll , Leighanne 5,11,42,78, 

82,120 

Carstens , Jenny 27,74 

Carstens , Chris 58,126,138 

Carstensen , Christie 58,127 

Cary , Terry 42 

Case , T.J 50,112,117,118,137 

Castle , Marc.. 42 

Cawiezell , Ben 50,118,131, 

137,144 

Cawiezell , Konni 42,70,78,122, 

144 

Chapman , John 50,84,86,87 

Christensen , Lisa 58,135 

Christopher , Clint. ...42, 70,1 10,130 

Claeys , Jeff 42,84,86, 1 1 7, 1 38 

Claeys , Tina 27,37,84,86,162 

Claeys , Sarah 59,129 

Clark , Jamie 59,88,143 

Cole , Peggy 77 

Collins , Blake 50 

Connors , Amanda 59 



Cordts , Jeff 9,27,88,91,94,95, 

110,121,126 

Cordts , Jeremy 50,118,131 

Corson , Jenni 27 

Costello , Chrissy 4,42,88,132 

Coulter , Tracy 27,70,72,73,160 

Cousino , Aimee 27 

Coverdill , Melanie ..15,50,141,142, 
143 

Coverdill , Stacey . 6,15,27,141,162 

Cox , Cheryl 59,64,84,86 

Crecelius , Josh 27,74,162 

Croft, Barry 42,118,130 

Crow , Ashley 4,27,70,72,73, 

111,134 

Cruse , Cory 59 

Curran , Michael 27,37,110 

Curtis , Angie 50,70 

Curtis , Gary 27,71,74 



D 



Damron , Toni ..27,88,89,91,98,146 

Daurer , Tara 27,84,86,88,89 

Daurer , Kym 59,84,86,87,104 

Davis , Colin 51,131 

Davis , Dan 51,131,137 

Davis , Nicole 43,80 

Decker , Brent 59,131,138 

DeFrieze , Cathy 27 

DeLong , Dawn ...7,51,74,80,84,86 

DeLuca , Sara 59,70,129,135 

DeMartelaere , Scott 51,121,131 

Dempsey , Maureen 59 

DePover , Josh 51,88,89,131 

Deutmeyer , Kris 59,124 

Dewey , Alicia 43, 1 28 

Dhooge , Beth 51 

Dickey , Dan 51,105 

Diercks , Tracy 51,122,129,135 

Dierks , Rebecca 51,142,143 

Dinusson , Kris 43,84,86,87,123 

Dittmer , Joe 51,131 

Diveley , Elena 43,80,120 

Doerscher , Darin 51,131 

Donaubauer , Sally 49,51,88,89, 

93,143 



Doonan , Meagan 15,59,135 

Driscoll , Jesse. .51, 56, 84, 86, 88, 98 

Dugan , Ben 43,95 

Dugan , Kari 27,28,74,91 

Dumerauf , Taga 43,84,86,120, 

141,142,143 

Dunkle , Melisa 27,148 

Durbin , Steve 43 

Duytschaever , Pete 30,132 



E 



Easton , Chad 59 

Elvert , Steve 51,137 

Engelbrecht , Darin 43,74,75 

Engelbrecht , Corey 59,131 

Engelbrecht , Deena 59,129 

Engler , Amy ....10,51,78,84,86,120 

Engler, Trent 43,84,86,87 

Entsminger , Shawn 84,86 

Erbst , Trisha 59 

Essary , Melynda 43 



F 



Fahrenkrog , Keri 43 

Farrey , Jody 43,82,120,128,143 

Farrey , Niki 51,141,142,143 

Farrey , Amy 59,88,98 

Farrier , Mark 59,84,86 

Felsman , Jenny 30,132 

Ferguson , Kelli 29,30,71,119, 

128,144 

Ferre! , Cory 43,88,89,130 

Ferris , Cora 15,59,129 

Filson , John 59,140 

Fitzgerald , Carrie 51,129,143 

Flaherty , Marsha 28,30 

Foster, Rick 59,108,137 

Freitag , Dawn 30,72,112,125, 

144,160 

Frieden , Jeremy... 59,109,131 

Friedmeyer , Erin ..36,40,84,86,125 

Frye , Renae 51,84,86,88,98, 

112,129 



G 



Gall , Scott 43, 118 

Ganzer , Kendra 10,15,43,72,82, 

88,120 

Ganzer , Rachel 1 5,51 , 1 20 

Gaul , Chris 43 

Gentz , C.J 51,131 

Gentz , Keri 43,82 

George , Wes 30 

Gerardy , Daryl 14,51,70,102, 

118,130 

Gerardy , Sherry 57,59,129 

Gilkison , Courtney 57,59,70,88, 

91,98,107,127 

Glanz , Deborah 51,88,142 

Glover , Jeanne 4,30,91 

Glover , Sena 43,78,84,86 

Glover , Cheyanne 59,84,86,87 

Goebel , Allison 59,84,86 

Goettsch , Holly 43,78 

Goettsch , Jason 59,84,109,131 

Goettsch , Natalie 59,86,87 

Goetzke , Melissa 51,91,98,112 

Goines , Karie 88 

Golinghorst , Kirk ...25,30,32,70,78, 
79,100,124,136 



Golinghorst , Kyle 51,117,13 7 

Goodrich , Stephanie 10,30,119, 

127,142,143 

Goodwin , Matt. .51, 71,1 17,1 18,137 

Gradin , Brad 43,88 

Graham , Erick 51,137 

Graham , Trida 10,28,30,72,78, 

119.128.134.144 

Graham , Jessica... 59,1 17,129,137 

Greenhill , James 51,84,86,87 

Gress , Heather 1 1 ,43, 1 1 7 

Gress , Heidi ..43 

Griggs , Mike 14,30,33,130,138 

Grillot , Matt 4,59,80,82 

Gronewold , Carrie 43,1 10,1 14, 

117.128.144 

Gross , Maria 43,88,91,94,95 

Gross , Laura 59,84,85,86,87,88 

Gross , Tom 51,80 

Gruntorad , Kendra .15,51,129,135 
Guss , Erin . 6,30,84,86,90,104,160 





H 



Haase . Terry 4,60,131,137 

Haedt , Chad 8,30,32,130,136 

Hagen , Aimee 60 

Hall .John 4,43,124,144 

Hamann , Blake 43,86,121,130 

Hamann , Randy 51,74,108 

Hamilton , Allison 4,52,70,82, 

122,129 

Hamilton , Sue 5,43,142,143 

Hamly , Amy 10,43,48,72,80 

Hammes , Kelli 41,43,70,82,91, 

98,122 

Handel , Tara 14,52,78,84,86, 

87,119,125 

Hanna , Merry 52,86,91,142 

Hans , Shannon 43,1 1 1,1 14,144 

Hans , Shane 60 

Hansen , Angela ....30,37,80,82,84, 

88,104 

Hardy , Chad 44,95 

Harger , Mark 88 

Harms , Robyn 138,169 

Harvey , Mark 6,8,15,30,37,111, 

130 



Hasse , Brian 52 

Hatch , Tawnya ..60,84,87 

Haugland , Shanna 60,88,91, 

98,107 

Hawker , Tracy 60,142 

Hedges , Emily 44,88 

Hedquist , Rachel 10,44,120, 

142,143 

Heidgerken , Drew 52,98 

Heidgerken , Gerard .7,30,37,72,82 

Heiker , Eric 8,14,30,116,130 

Hengl , Heath 30,138 

Henningsen , Dustin 52,138 

Henningsen , Nate 30,138 

Henningsen , Tracy 60,76 

Henzen , Stacey 49,52,107,119 

Henzen , Joe 60 

Hermann , Cory 60,131,137 

Hermsen , Todd 60,131 

Hess , Heather 60,84 

Hesse , Amanda 31,77,162 

Hesse , Samantha 60 

Heysinger , Hiram 44,138 

Higareda , Cristina 49,52,70,84, 

86,88,89,93,98 

Higareda , Maria 60,78,84,86, 

88,91 

Higgins , Heather 52,86 

Higgins , Jenny 31,84,85,86, 

88,89 

Hill, Jim ..44,121 

Hill , Kari 52,88,141,142,143 

Hilsenbeck , Mike 44 

Hilsenbeck , Robin 52 

Hoag , Tammy 44 

Hoffman , Neva 31,33,72,176 

Holden , Usa 11,44,78,111,114, 

128,132,134,144 

Holdorf , Jamie 52,142,143 

Holdorf , Melanie 11,44,84,86, 

87,88,90,92,93 

Horn , Kristen. ...44, 88, 117,119,134 

Horsley , Rachel 31,114,115, 

144,162 

Hotchkiss , Sarah 44,78,80,81, 

84,86,125 

Hotchkiss , Daniel 60,84,86 

Hovey , Mary 4,52,120,137 



Howard , Kathy 52 

Hoyt , Gretchen 44,78,122,134 

Hubner , Edelyn 78,80,86,98 

Huffman , Shawn 44 

Huggins , Jason 52 

Hulsen , Kathryn 60,70,88,129 

Hunt , Lucas. ..60, 84, 86, 87, 107, 131 

Hutson , Tina 31 

Hyer, Jill 11,49,52,70,71,114, 

117,129,135,144 



I 



lossi , Ryan 31,32,74.75,116 

Iseminger , Jana 31 



J 



Jacobsen , Cheryl 5,32,40,80,81 

Jacobsmeier , Sean 60,84,86,87 

Janik , Adam 60 

Jarrett , Angela 44 

Jens , Chad 44,116,117,118,136 

Jens , Eric 44,116,117,118,136 

Jensen , Michelle ....52,84,86,88,89 

Jensen , Kelly 60 

Johannsen , Jennifer 52,84,86. 

122,137 

Johannsen , Jill 31 

Johnson , Kevin 84,86,88,89 

Johnson , Aimee ..76 

Jones , Rhonda 15,44,72,88 

Jorgensen , Angie 52,88,91 

Jorgensen , Kori 9,31,32,88,89, 

90,93,116,123,144,162 

K 



Kahley , Jay 


140 


Kalainoff , Nick 


...60,84,86,87, 


104,126 


Kane , Eddie 


44,109,117 


Kane , Samantha .... 


60 


Kaney , Mike 


44 


Kaufman , Michelle . 


44,74,108 


Kaufman , Stacy 


60 


Kearney , Billy 


31,116,144 


Kearney , Shailyn . .. 


60 


Kelly , Casey 


74,138 


Kelly . Timothy 60,84,86.87,104 


Kendrick , Jason 


52 


Keppy , Brian 


44 


Keppy , Jenny 


44,117,134 


Keppy , Chad 


.60,74,131,137 


Keppy , Neal 


.60,74,131,137 


Keman , Sean 


52 


Keman , Amy 


60 


Kiefer , Kristina 


.6,28,31,88,91, 


141,143 


Kiefer , Molly 60,84,86,142,143 


Kilzer , Bob 


31,84,86 


Kincaid , Jeremy 


52 


King , Carol 


60,84,86 


Kingsley , Shawnee 


44,78,120, 



141,142 

Kintziger , Matthew 31 

Kirby , Sara. .41, 44, 71, 114, 134, 144 

Klindt, David 74,108,109,121 

Klocksiem , Kariy ..14,52,84,86,122 

Klocksiem , Stephanie 14,52,84, 

86,98,122 

Knapper , Tom 44,84,86,87 

Knight , Christine 60 



Knight , Toby 61 

Knoche , Amy 61,88,91 

Knollman , Rebecca 52 

Koberg, Eric 31,102,121,144 

Koberg , Reid 31,102,121,144 

Koehn , Buzz 138 

Koenen , Matt 11,31,33,112,116 

Kohler , Jeremy 88 

Krebs , Eddie 52 

Krogman , Jason 61,131,138 

Krueger , Hans 31,76,1 16,121, 

130 

Krukow , Cory 52,1 17,1 18, 

131,137 

Kuehner , Jessica 61,84,86,142 

Kuhl , Amy. ...44, 78, 82, 11 1,122,128 

Kuhl , Doug 52 

Kuhl , Jenny .44 

Kyseth , Jackie .40 



L 



Laake , Andy 31,11,100,123, 

124.162 

Labath , Amber 52 

Lafferty , John 44,88,104,130 

Lafferty , Jason 61,88,90,131 

Lafrenz , Jill 61,70,88,142 

Laing , Brian 61,137 

Laird , Brooke. 53 

Lambert , Mike 45 

Lane , Anna 53 

Lane , Sonya 53 

Langan , Phillip ...9,15,31,91,94,95, 

99.123.144 

Langfitt , Greg 7,34,72 

Laroque , Robert 10,11,53,140 

Lassiter , Terry 32,34,1 18,130, 

144.162 

Laster , Julie 53 

Lau , Melinda 6,34,74,141 

Laughhunn , Colby 53, 1 1 8, 1 26 

Laughlin , Kathy 34,74 

Lavender , Paula 45 

Lavender , Robin 34 

Lawson , Jessica 53,84,86 

Lawson , Luke 45,88,91 

Layton , Terry 53 

Learn , Rich 45,84,86,87,123 

Lee , Andrea 61 ,88,143 

Leete , Bill 45 

Leigh , Travis 45 

Leigh , Shueree 61,137 

Lenig , Thane . . 34, 36, 84, 86,87, 124 
Lenig , Tonia 14,45,78,125, 

128.144 

Levsen , Justin 45,86,91 ,98 

Lillis , Marty 45,78,121 

Lillis , Page 4,34,36,78,79,134 

Lindle , Sarah 61,98,142 

Lindsey , Keith 45 

Loesel , Jessica 15,61 

Looney , Teresa 34,72,103,133 

Looney , Katherine 6 1 , 1 07, 1 29 

Lopshire , Jeffrey 53 

Lorenz , Susan 34,162 

Lorenzen , Kara 53,84,86 

Lorenzen , Kim 45,72,78,82,122 

Loussaert , Cynthia. ...34, 74, 75, 128 

Lovell , Emily 45,88 

Luckritz , Sara 61,84,86 

Lund , Sandy 53,84,86 

Lund , Tom 45 

Lund , Stacey 61,84,86 



Lung , Heidi 34,72,76,82,91,94, 

95,120 

Lung, Nikki 53,120 

M 



Madden , Audra 45,119,127 

Madison , Marc 53 

Maher, Clint 45,138 

Mallette , Makinzie ..53 

Mangels , Kelly 61,107,129,135 

Manley , Amy 33,34,72,176 

Manley , Shawn 45 

Marquette , Todd 45,136 

Marshall , Eddie 53,131 

Marti , Daniel 14,34,36,118, 

130.144 

Marti , Nealon 61,80,131,138 

Martin , Kelly 45,88 

Martin, Paul 53,118,137,144 

Martin , Jason 61,84,86,143 

Martin , Amy 88 

Martzahn , Beth 53,140 

Masters , Bobby 61 

McAnally , Cory 10,45,140 

McClurg , Jared 4,61,107,137 

McCollam , Sunnie 53 

McCollam , Pat 61 

McCroskey , Brandy 34,74 

McDannell , Matt 40 

McDonald , Megan 61 

McDonnell , Tom 82 

Me Fate , Kerry 25,29,32,34,70, 

76,77,121 

McGimpsey , Aimee 53,88,91,98 

McKeown , Sarah 45 

McKinney , Jason 53 

McLaughlin , Mike 45 

McPhail , Shelly 53,120 

Medd , Todd 140 

Meinert , Kevin 5,53,86,87 

Melcher , Angie 53,142,143 

Melcher , Shelly 74 

Menke , Martin 28,34,84,86,87, 

90.121.144 

Merten , Dena 61 

Mess , David 34,116,130,144 

Mess , Roxanne. .. 53, 78, 84, 86, 122 

Metcalf , Chad 61,138 

Meyer , Riley 34,74,130,132,162 

Meyers , Kimm 34,72,73 

Miller, Becky 28,34,72,88,162 

Miller, Ellen 53,84,86,106 

Miller , Rich 53,70,88,98 

Mizer , Barb 35,162 

Moeller, Kirk 53,138 

Moentenich , Chris 45 

Mohr , Eric 61,109,138 

Moore , Jason 35,130 

Moore , Kim 53 

Moore , Heather 45,128 

Morey , Lisa 53 

Moms , Rebekah 35,88 

Morrow , Jennifer 76 

Mossage , Mike 53,131 

Musal , Shelli 45,70,72,78,82, 

117,134 

Musgrave , Gayla 61,127 



N 



Naeckel , Ann 54,143 

Nagel , Mike 54,84,86,87,95,98 

Nagy , Tony 61,84,86 





Nass , Brandy 54,80,1 1 1 

Nebbeling , Jennifer 88,106 

Nebel , Corey 61 

Neilson , Amy 41,45,70,78,82 

Nellis , Connie 54,80,135 

Nelson , Jennifer 35,84,86,120 

Nestler , Renee 6,15,28,35, 

78,136,141 

Nevenhoven , Jon. .45,1 17,121,144 

Newman , Natalie 62 

Newmarch , Kim. ...45,78, 84, 86, 134 

Newton , Maggie 54,84,86,88 

Nichols, Jay 62,137 

Nielsen , Brian 54,84,86 

Noel , Amanda 35 

Noel , Jennifer ....45, 84, 86, 88, 89, 91 

Noel , Nate 54,138 

Noel .Sally 37,176 



O 



O’ Boyle , Brandy ...54,141 ,142,143 

O’Conner , Pat 54,138 

Oberlander , Denise 62,84,86 

Oelerich , Jim 54,88 

Oetzmann , Kris 35,74 

Oetzmann , Alissa....15,62,129,135 
Oliver, Matt. ..45, 84, 86, 87, 108,1 17 

Oliver , Laura 62,84,86,88, 

129,135 

Olson, Cory 36,35,100,124 

Olson , Karen 54,76,91,98,122 

Olson , Tiffany 35,36,78,128,134 

Orcutt , Marc 45,161 

Orcutt , Michelle 62,80,88,143 

Orris , Amanda 46,78,86,88,89, 

90,91,94,95,98,127 
Osothsongkroh , Barame...138,167 

Os ter , Troy 62 

Osterberg , Lori 11,54,71,114, 

129,134,144 

Owens , Jeni 46 



P 



Pacha, Heath 54,74,118,131 

Pacha , Karri 35,88 

Pajunon , Jessie 11,35,140 

Paris , Tom 35 

Parker , Mike 54,124 

Parrett , Jason 62,86,131,138 

Parrott , Steve 54,118 

Patzer , Wendy 10,32,35,74, 

142,143 

Paulsen , Amy 54, 1 1 9, 1 38 

Payne, Alex 54,118,126 

Payne , Eric 46,1 10,1 18,126,144 

Paysen , Josh 35,72 

Payton , Tracy 46,144 

Peet , Tori 54 

Peeters , Shandon 88,131 

Pence , Mike 4,62,88,131,138 

Perry , DeLaine 46,78 

Peshek , Aaron 35,116,144 

Peshek , Gail 62,84,86,142 

Pessman , Mike 54,131,137 

Pessman , Jeremy 54,131,137 

Peters , Heather 54,84,86 

Peters , Mark 35,88,89,91,94,95, 

Petersen , Kevin 15,46 

Peterson , Lynn. .46, 84, 86, 88, 91, 98 
Pewe, Amber 62,114,135,144 



Pieper , Jamie 54,84,85,86,87, 

91,123 

Piercy , Steve 46 

Piette , Adam 35 

Pillard , Amy 62 

Pittman , Mary 35,103 

Pittman , Lucy 62 

Plaster , Jennifer 62 

Plett, Brad.. 62,84,86 

Powell, Jarod 46,117,136 



Q 

Quilty , Missy 54 

Quinn , Becky 54,120,129,135 

Quinn , Greg 46,121,144 



R 



Radcliff , Jesse 46 

Ragona , Paul ..25,29,32,35,70,136 



Ragona , Angie 


62,135 


Ramsey , Corey 


54,131 


Ranson , Andy 


14,46,74 


Ranson , George 


46,91,95 


Rashid , Sarah 4 


,37,38,78,82, 


134,141 




Rathje , Levi 


54 


Rathjen , Brad 


38,138 


Reding , Jason 


62 


Reed , Shane 


...38,138,162 


Reichert , Derek 


54 


Reickard , Chad 


.46,48,84,86, 


87,95 




Reisner , David 


37,38,72 


Reynolds , Channing.. 


54,123 


Rhodes , Andy 


62 


Riedesel , Rana 


62 


Riewerts , Randy 9 


,15,46,48,88, 



90,91,93,112,123,126 



Rigby , Kim 46,84,85,86,88,89, 

91,93,94,95,98,99 

Rigby , Angie 62,135 

Rikke , Steve 62 

Rindler , Amber... 29, 38, 78, 119,134 
Risius , Eric. .11, 54, 70, 117, 130, 137 

Risius , Steph 15,28,38,122, 

136,144 

Roberts , Kelly 46,86,117 

Robinson , Scott 54,84,86 

Roby , Lori 46 

Rock , Jenny 46,78,79,84,86,87, 

90,119,127 

Rodgers , Greg 46 

Roesler , Cathy 4,6,38,122, 

141,143 



Rosenboom , Angela 30 

Rosmilso , Bryan 46 

Rouse , Dan 62,131 

Ruefer , Matt 62 

Rupe , Amy 6,55,56,135,141 

Rupe , Tony 62,137 

Russell , Lynn 46 



S 

Sager , Paul 46,48,72,91,98,169 



Sager , Clint 62,88 

Sager, Jill ..62,88,91 

Santee , Mike 55,138 

Sawyer, Herb 55,86,131 

Schaack , Jeremy 62,138 



Schee , Brian 46 

Schmidt , Ann 46,78,82,122,143 

Schmidt , Tyler 55,82,121 

Schmitlein , Leann 62 

Schneckloth , Erin 38 

Schneckloth , Tony 55,74,108 

Schneckloth , Paula 62,88 

Schneider , Usa 10,29,38,88 

Schnekloth , Valerie 38,78,79, 

84.86.87.99 

Schnoor , Jennie 38,82 

Schnorrenberg , Angie.. 55, 129, 135 

Schoenthaler , Joe 46, 117 

Schryver , Phillip 62 

Schwarz , Tami 46,70,78,84,86, 

122.144 

Schwarz , Ann 63,129,135 

Scullin , Susan 33,38,74,77 

Seifert , Leah 63,84,86,91,135 

Severs , David 55 

Shannon , Amy 38,84,86,87,125 

Shannon , Jason 1 1 ,55, 1 06, 

124,137 

Sharp , Andi ...55,84,86,88,125,139 

Shaver , Jerr 55,138 

Shelledy , Leeanne ....29,38,84,120 
Sherrill , Adrian 29,40,84,86,87, 

88.90.94.95.99 

Sherrill , Andy 40,84,86,87 

Sherwood , Holli 46,131 

Shipley , Jim 63 

Shirley , Lynette 63,84,86,87, 

88.143 

Shober , Christie 63 

Siem , Nicole 46,118 

Siem , Heather 63 

Siemsen , Erin 63,129,135 

Simmons , James 46 

Skadal , Wendy 76, 1 4 1 , 1 42, 1 43 

Sleep , Todd 55,82,84,86 

Smith , Kristen 55,84,86,87 

Smith , Luke 55,71,117,118, 

137.144 

Smith , Sara 55 

Smith , Alida 63,84,86,87 

Smith , Andy 63,70,137 

Smith , Apryl 63,88,135 

Snyder , Chad 40, 1 1 2, 1 62 

Soenksen , Tanya 5,40 

Sosnowski , Allyson 63,84,86 

Soucy , Jeff 55 

Splinter , Mary 40,72,162 

Spohn , Christie 55,132,137 

Spotts , Mindy 47,128 

Springsteen , Steve 76,77,131 

Stahmer , John 63,131 

Stauffer , Tom 63,137 

Stebens , Shannon 63,88 

Steffen , Tom 38,162 

Stein , Kerri 33,38 

Stender , Danelle 15,55,129,135 

Stender , Jill 46,154 

Stender , Stewart . . 38, 1 1 8, 1 36, 1 44 

Stevens , Tom 63 

Stevens , Melissa 55,91 

Stichter , Angela 77 

Stichter , Jason 9,88 

Stillwell , Jason 55,80,131,138 

Stipes , Marde 47,80 

Stipes , Jodi 15,63,129 

Stockstill , Jeni 47,142,143 

Stockstill , B.J 63,88 

Stoker , Kris 47,84,85,86,138 

Stolpe , Tammy 4,38,72,73,78, 

79.142.143 



Straley , Andy 55,138 

Straley , Katey 4,10,38,122 

Strickland , Shaun 63 

Strobbe , Dawn 39,72,1 12,1 14, 

128,144 

Strobbe , Marc ...1 1,55,70,1 18,130 
Strohbehn , Jason.. 47, 103, 130, 138 

Strohm , Laurel 55,88 

Stroud , Amanda 47,84,86,88 

Stubbe , Jennifer 63 

Stutt , Hobie 63,88 

Suiter, J.B 47,117 

Suiter , Kevin 63 

Sutherland , Mitch 47,118 

Swain , Jessica 63 

Swanson , Jason 39,74 

Swarts , Mike 55 

Swarts , Julie 63,143 

SWING SHOW 96,97 

Szemkus , Mark 39,72,74 

Szemkus , Lisa.. .63, 84, 86, 88, 91, 98 



Tague , Angie 63 

Tapper , Susan 47,78,84,86,88, 

89,141,142,143 

Teagarden , Harold ..63,131 

teDuits , Dina 10,14,15,47,80, 

120,142 

Tee pies , Matt 9,40,88,89,91,92, 

93,94,95,99 

Teeples , Taralee 63,84,86,87, 

88,98 

Thede , Shawn 39 

Thomas , Jody 47 

Thompson , Holly 55,84,86 

Thompson , Heidi 63,88 

Thornton , Mindy 39,72,73,82 

Thorson , Carey 55 

Thorson , Michael 47 

Tinkler , Juanita 39,162 

Tobin , Jerry 11,33,40,121,124 

Torre , Angelo 63 

Towers , Megan 55,86,129 

Towers , Melissa 55,84,86,117 

Trout , Tracy 64,84,86 

Tubbs , Aimee....55,86,88,1 14,1 17, 

119,129,135 

Tuftee , Brad 1 18,130 

Tuftee , Teisha 64,135 

Tunis , Shamera 47,76,77,80,91 

Tuttle , Branden 88 

Tuttle , Chad 36,39,88,162 

Twigg , Lea 8,1 1,47,1 14,128, 

134,144 

U 



Uitenbroek , Aaron 8,1 1 ,47,70, 

117,130,136 

Uitenbroek , Nate.. ..32, 39, 100, 123, 

124,144 

Ultoa, Alisa 39,72,119,134, 

144,169 

Uzzo , Michelle 55,78,129,135 

V 



Van Pelt . Brad 32.102,116,130 

Venker , Michelle . 64,80,81,88,143 
Vens , Liz 64 





Vetter , Eric 47 

Voelkel , Lynn 47,78,86,88,91 

Vollbeer , Jake 39,100,123, 

124,136,160 

Vollbeer , Troy 64,84,86,87 



W 



Walker , Sarah 55,76 

Wallis , Brian. ...11,25,39,70,72,112 

Wallis , Laura 64 

Ward , Elizabeth 39 

Ward , Craig.. ...64,131 

Warren , Rick 47,117,130 

Warren , Chad 64 

Waters , Zach 64,88,131,138 

Weibel , Matt 56,121 

Welch .Torn 39,140 

Welp , Kelly 56 

Welte , Kristina 47,120 

West, Stacy 56,119,135,144 

West , Teresa 39,74,1 19,144 

Westerhof , Matt 39 

Whisler , Matt 7,1 1,56,84,86, 

87,88,89,91,93 

White , Randy 11,33,39,133,160 

Whitney , Brian 39,74 

Wiese , Talia 64,84,86 

Wilkins , Jason 64,137 

Willers , Missy 64,88,98 

Willie, Tony 32,39,116,144 

Willie , Corey 64,137 

Willis, Bob 56,131 

Willis , Jeannie 64 

Wilson , Jamie 56,74,108 

Wilson , Jennifer 56,78,135 

Wilson , Julie 39,74 

Wilson, Scott 39,74,75 

Wilson , Amy 64 

Wittkop , Kim. ...15, 47, 84, 86, 87, 125 
Wittkowski , Anne. ..41 ,47,70,78,88, 
120,128,132,134 



Woods , Tony 14,47 

Woods , Missy 15,64 

Wuestenberg , Holly 29,40,84, 

85,86,119 

Wulf , Janelle 64 

Wylie , Mitch 137 

Y 

Yaudus , Dan 56 

Younkin , Josh 8,14,47,109, 

116,117,130,136 



z 



Zaruba , Rachael 47,48 

Zimmer , Karen 10,64 

Zimpleman , Zephanie 40,74, 

120,146 

Zogg , Marlene 64 




Faculty & Staff 
Index 

A 

Agosta, Andy 66 

Anderson, Dan 14,66,86,87 

B 

Benjamin, Keith ...66 

Birkhofer, Dean 66,130 

Boland, Jim 66 

Brown, Mike 66,107 

Brown, Ron ...66,131 



M 



McClurg, Linda 


67 


McCoy, Bill 


134 


McNicol, Steve 


67 


Meador, Anita 


67 


Menke, Deb 


67 


Merrick, Brad 


67 


Miller, Matt 


67,105,164 


Mills, Tammy 


67 


Mohr, Lou Ann 


67 


Mohr, Steve 


67,130 


Moore, Nancy 


67 


Mullin, Ed 


67 



N 



C 



Coffman, Quentin 66 

Conrad, Gene 66,82,102 



D 



Nevenhoven, Ken 68,108,135 

Newmeister, Jeff 68,138 

Noble, Linda 68,128 



P 



Denner, Randy 66,70,100,124, 

134,167 

Dudley, Jack 66 



F 



Fletcher, Maureen 66 

Flynn, Paul 66,132 

Frye, Beth .66,88 

Fujishima, Yoshiro 66,103 



Peeters, Bemie 68,76,1 18 

Perrine, Harvey 68 

R 

Reisener, Trish 68 

Rhinehart, Bob 68,105,114,115 

Ryan, Delmar 6,68,70,118 



S 



G 



Goedken, Mary 66,135 

Granger, Carmene 4,66 



Scott, Don .68,82 

Shileny, Nancy 5,68 

Skaala, Karen 68 

Smith, Marya 68 

Steffensmeier, Janet 68,74 



H 



T 



Hartman, Marcia 66,125,127 

Hartwig, Beverly 66 

Hawley, John 66,122,137 

Heiman, Glendena 67 

Hennigan, Dennis 67 

Herting, Janie 67,74 

Hovey, Judy 67 

J 

Jacobs, Judith 67 

Johnson, Dennis 67,114,115 

K 

Kessinger, Bill 14,67,86 

Kielkopf, Mike 67 

Knapp, Mary Kay 67,88,104 

Kreiter, Myra 67 

Kube, Betty 67,106 



L 



Tobin, Sally 68 

Townsend, Pat 68,105 

Tuftee, Linda 68 

V 

Van Dyke, Aaron 68,118,130 

Vander Vinne, Harlan 68 

Vis, Carroll 68 

Voelkel, Bob 68 

W 

White, Bob 68,136,167 

White, Wendy 68,1 17 

Willis, Barb .68 

Y 

Young, Loniane 68,1 1 1 








Lake, Larry 
Logan, Jim 



.67,105 

...11,67 







A M e s s a g e F r o in T h e T r i - F d i t o r s 



Being an editor was a lot of hard work. 

I didn't realize this when I accepted the 
position. It took a while to learn how to 
use the Macintosh computer, but once I 
learned how, it was a lot of fun. The 
yearbook seems easy to make until you 
actually make it. It takes teamwork and 
dedication, which we had this year. 
Everyone did their job and came through 
to meet the deadlines. 

I want to thank everyone who helped 
make the 1992 Shield and I hope that 
North Scott likes it 

Neva Hoffman 



Being an editor of the 1992 Shield was 
quite an honorable experience. I was 
surprised when they chose me, since I had 
no prior knowledge of computers, 
especially the Macintosh. This position 
gave me a chance to learn many new 
things that will definitely be of use to me 
in college and future careers. I entered 
this job thinking it wouldn't be that hard, 
but it required a lot of dedication and 
responsibility. I would like to thank the 
fellow editors and others who put so much 
time and effort into making this yearbook 
the best we could. 

Amy Manley 



Well, you guys took all of the mushy 
stuff, and I can't really say that I learned a 
lot about the Macintosh, because I already 
knew it. But the one thing that I did learn, 
was how to hold responsibility and to 
listen to other people's ideas and use them. 

I want to thank the other two for doing 
a great job and the rest of the staff for 
their cooperation and for their extra effort. 

I would also like to thank all of you 
students who contributed photos. Thanks 
for the great response! 

This yearbook is full of things that we 
(the entire staff) think you will like, and 
hope that you will enjoy forever. 

Mindy Thornton 






THANKS! 

Wc would like 
to take the oppor- 
tunity to publicly 
thank those, who 
without your help, 
the Shield would 
not be possible. 

First, we thank 
Scott Campbell 
and The North 
Scott Press for 
those "perfect" 
extra photos that 
we needed. 

Next, we would 
like to thank 
Denise Grcve, for 
photographing the 
bands for us. 

We wish to 
thank Mark Olson, 
of Jostens Publi- 
shing Co., for his 
expertise. 

Since the 
yearbook receives 
no tax dollars, our 
advertisers 
deserve a special 
thank-you. The 
yearbook depends 
on advertisers’ 
support as well as 
sales and fund 
raisers to cover 
costs. 

And thank you, 
Mr. Hcnnigan for 
keeping his room 
open and for 
taking charge and 
being so authorita- 
tive when Mr. 
Kielkopf was ab- 
sent. 

Far all of those 
who we may have 
overlooked, wc 
extend our grati- 
tude. 

Thanks 

Again! 




About The Cover and Theme 

This year's cover was designed by Sally Noel, 
with assistance by Mr. Bemie Peeters. We wish 
to thank her for donating her time and effort, and 
for completing the cover within a very pressing 
timeline. 

The theme "On Life’s Highway" was chosen by 
the yearbook staff after several days of consider- 
ation. The theme is carried throughout the book 
by the use of road signs and other highway 
paraphernalia. 



1992 Shield Staff 

TRI-EDITORS 
Neva Hoffman, Amy Manley, 
Mindy Thornton 
PH OT OGRAPHY 

Greg Langfitt, Editor; Barb Mizer, 
Assitant Editor; Amy Martin, 
Jennifer Nelson, Mary Splinter 
ttflR ODUCnONAND 
STUDENT LIFE 
Shelli Musal, Editor; 

Kim Lorenzen, Assistant 

PORTRAITS 

Becky Miller, Editor; 

Brian Wallis, Assistant 

ACAD EMICS 

Dave Reisner, Editor, 

Beth Bader, Assistant 

OR G A NI ZATION S 

Ashley Crow, Editor; 

Tracy Coulter, Assistant 

PINE ARTS 
Teresa Looney, Editor; 
Rhonda Jones, Assistant 
SPORTS 

Tricia Graham, Editor; 

Chad Haedt, Assistant 

Paul Sager, Manager, 

Alisa Ulloa, Assistant 



Colophon 

The 1992 Shield is Volume 34. 
This issue contains 176 pages printed 
by Josten’s, Topeka KS, represented 
by Mark Olson. The cover is "true 
life" laminated lithography. The 
cover artwork, created by Sally Noel, 
assisted by Mr. Bemie Peeters, was 
printed on laminated 120-board 
weight cover. The book was printed 
on 80-pound gloss paper. 

Most of the candid and group 
photos were taken, printed and 
processed by Yearbook staff 
members. There were over 100 
contributed photos by students. The 
main copy is 10 pt. Times. The 
cutlines are 9 pt. Helvetica bold. 
Individual copies sold for $28 and 
were distributed at the second annual 
North Scott Yearbook Signing and 
Distribution Party on May 21, 1992 
from 7 to 10 p.m. Approximately 
750 copies were produced. We 
thank you all for letting us be one of 
your stops on life’s highway.